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Monday, April 04, 2011

Far Right Blog "Jihad Watch" Condones Quran Burning by Cult Leader Rev. Terry Jones, "Suppress free speech in your country, because we can't (won't) control ourselves in ours".


Two more killed, dozens injured in third day of Afghan protests; Karzai calls for U.S. Congress to prevent future Qur'an burnings.

Somehow the far right blog "Jihad Watch" run by Robert Spencer (his photo above with beer bottle) sees the actions of cult leader Rev. Terry Jones Quran Burning as worthy to defend in a recent article written by something called Marisol on April 3, 2011 8:31 AM.

Marisol of Jihad Watch is upset that General David Petraeus made a statement over nut-job cult leader Rev. Terry Jones Quran Burning,  "We condemn, in particular, the action of an individual in the United States who recently burned the Holy Koran," Petraeus said in a statement, which was also signed by NATO's senior civilian representative, ambassador Mark Sedwill. "We also offer condolences to the families of all those injured and killed in violence which occurred in the wake of the burning of the Holy Koran," he said."

I guess Marisol of Jihad Watch would have preferred a much harder stance of General David Petraeus , possibly requesting that nut-job cult leader Rev. Terry Jones continue with his Quran Burning on a weekly basis, what a jerk this person Marisol of Jihad Watch is.


WASHINGTON POST..Pastor Terry Jones who ordered Koran burning has divided families, ex-church members say, It’s a cult. That’s the only word I can think of to describe it.”.

Congregants at the Dove World Outreach Center, who have dwindled to 30 or so in number, are required to vow allegiance to Rev Terry Jones — a pledge that places restrictions on their diets, their ability to hold jobs outside the church and their personal relationships.

For Chris Nassoiy, 25, and for most members, the last restriction is by far the most painful. He has seen his parents only once since they left the church in 2009, when he gathered his belongings from his childhood home.

“I had to tell them that we won’t be able to communicate until they apologize, until they accept the Gospel,” he said, his voice cracking. “It was a little bit wrenching.” For his mother, Sally Nassoiy, what started as heartbreak has evolved into anger at Jones and other church officials.

They take young people willing to devote themselves to God’s word, and they exploit them,” she said. “It’s a cult. That’s the only word I can think of to describe it.”  For most of the young congregants, membership requires participation in Jones’s three-year “academy,” which preaches discipline and adherence to the Bible. It also requires hours of work, almost all unpaid, in the Dove World Outreach Center’s used-furniture business, which is run out of the same building as the church.  The young members live in church-owned housing in one of Gainesville’s roughest neighborhoods.


Robert Spencer and Marisol of Jihad Watch would fit right in with Rev. Terry Jones and the other nut jobs at the Dove World Outreach Center.



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