Anyway, Ham, as scientifically illiterate as he may be, isn't just trying to trick you or make money. He legitimately believes this stuff and his arguments, though silly, at least have an internally consistent logic. Most of the time.
Its just like how Hitler is associated with Germany, although he was born in Austria.
In both cases, there was a person who became the messiah figure of these religions who lived (though, we have much stronger evidence that Selassie was even a real person than we do for Jesus, who may have been mythical) in these countries, but, while they were alive in those countries they did not believe they were founders of nor did they make any effort to begin a new religion. Jesus was Jewish. So were his followers. Selassie was Ethiopian Orthodox. And he had no followers who knew him.
In both cases, religions were formed later, in different places, by different people who never met these so-called messiahs. Marcus Garvey started Rastafarianism in Jamaica. Credit for the founding of Christianity most credibly goes to Paul the Apostle whose 1st century writings formed the basis of the new religion and its early belief system.
The answers on the quiz are therefore inconsistent and a bit culturally chauvinistic. On the one hand, you are trusting Christian tradition that Jesus was the messiah and that he intended to make a new covenant with man. On the other hand, you are completely ignoring Rastafarian tradition that Selassie was the messiah and that his divine reign (and subsequent transformation into an object of worship) began when he ascended to the throne in Ethiopia. You are ignoring the historically accurate version of the founding of Christianity, where the religion was created by men with no special powers or relation to their messiah, while accepting the same historically accurate version of the origins of Rastafarianism.
Final note: KSA is not accepted as a type-in for Saudi Arabia on this quiz, unlike other quizzes.