by Moody Adams
Pastor Jones did not burn the Koran. He doesn’t have to. He has inspired many others to do the job for him.

Derek Fenton, the protester who burned pages from the Koran on Saturday near the site of a planned mosque two blocks from Ground Zero, was fired from his job at NJ Transit.

A burnt Koran was found outside a mosque in the strong Muslim community of East Lansing, Michigan.

Members of the Kansas-based Westboro Baptist Church burned a Koran, outside their headquarters in Topeka.

Springfield, Tennessee, two Christian ministers held a Koran burning Saturday in the backyard of their home.

An unidentified man tore out pages from a copy of the Koran and set the ripped pages aflame during a massive protest against the proposed Park 51 Islamic center, the New York Daily News reported Sunday.

A second man also tore pages out of a Koran and offered them to anyone in the crowd as “toilet paper,” according to the newspaper.

A Christian group tore pages from a Koran outside the White House on Saturday the eleventh, to denounce what they called the ‘charade of Islam.’
Andrew Beacham also says: “I intend to tear up the pages of the Quran that call for me to be enslaved or killed by Muslims for my Christian faith.

An atheist in Australia lawyer did not just burn the Quran, he rolled pages and smoked them. Then he posted the video of it on YouTube.

Muslims have stirred great antagonism by planning to build a mosque at Ground Zero. In the name of building good relationships they are destroying their relationship with Americans.

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