Sunday, April 03, 2011
Quran Burning Publicity Stunt by Rev. Terry Jones and Pastor Wayne Sapp Accounts For 30 People Dead in Afghan Riots, Charges Need to be Filed.
In what only could be called a stupid publicity stunt to garner media attention and new converts to his Dove World Outreach Center, Rev. Terry Dale Jones, 59, and Pastor Wayne Sapp, 42, put the "Koran" on trial and ultimely set it on fire inside their "church".
The Quran was burned Sunday March 20 by Rev. Terry Dale Jones, 59, and preacher Wayne Sapp, but many Afghans only found out about it when Afghan President Hamid Karzai condemned the desecration four days later. The burning took place at the Dove Outreach Center in Gainesville, Florida, the same church where the Rev. Terry Jones had threatened to destroy a copy of the holy book last year but initially backed down.
KABUL, Afghanistan – Afghan protests against the burning of a Quran in Florida entered a third day with a demonstrations in the east Sunday, while the Taliban called on people to rise up, blaming government forces for any violence.
The desecration at a small U.S. church has outraged Muslims worldwide, and in Afghanistan many of the demonstrations have turned into deadly riots. Protests in the north and south in recent days have killed 20 people.
The protest in Jalalabad city was peaceful, with hundreds of people blocking a main highway for three hours, shouting for U.S. troops to leave and burning an effigy of President Barack Obama before dispersing, according to an Associated Press photographer at the scene, MORE FROM THIS SOURCE....
U.S. pastor says he will put Mohammed 'on trial' next as Koran burning sparks second day of violence. Despite clear evidence that his actions have led to multiple murders and widespread violence in the Middle East, controversial Florida pastor Terry Jones has vowed to step up his provocative campaign against Islam.
The radical pastor Terry Dale Jones, 59, said that he was considering putting Islamic prophet Mohammed 'on trial' for his next 'day of judgement' publicity stunt. His last, in which he oversaw the burning of a copy of the Koran after a six-hour mock trial, has been directly responsible for a wave of violence that began last night and has left 30 people dead and more than 150 injured.
The pastor Rev. Terry Jones, whose church membership at the Dove World Outreach Center has dwindled and who is a hate figure in his own community, is also near broke. Mr Jones told the Times that, in recent weeks, he had received more than 300 death threats via phone and email, and had been told by the FBI that there was a $2.4 million contract on his life.
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