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Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton is the latest to condemn the plans of a Florida church leader and his “International Burn-a-Koran” Day on September 11.

The Reverend Terry Jones insists the Constitution protects his right to publicly burn the book considered to be holy to Muslims.
He says he’s received death threats and now carries a gun.      Speaking at a dinner to break the daily fast during the Muslim
holy month of Ramadan, Clinton said she’s heartened by those who have condemned what she terms “this disrespectful, disgraceful

Jones’ plans for an “International Burn-a-Quran Day” were earlier criticized by Attorney General Eric Holder, White House
spokesman Robert Gibbs , actress Angelena Jolie and General David Petraeus . The U.S. commander in Afghanistan says “images of the burning of a Quran would undoubtedly be used by extremists”  to harm American troops.

  1. Anthony Hopkins says:

    Why would someone would want to burn a Bible from a specific religion. It does not make sense for a minister or anyone if it matters to even have a desire to still burn Bibles or anything that pertains to religion. At least I would like to converse with him to see how he feels personally about making a decision to burn Korans on a very important day like this.

  2. moni says:

    maybe the Muslims should burn a some Virgin Mary’s statues or
    gather some rosaries and set them a blaze for every child a priest raped, I doubt the catholics around the world would threaten to kill. Surprised Clinton had something to say when her daughter just married a jew- and every jew i have spoken to has the attitude if Iran goes nuclear – they are prepared to go fight,send money and see that country burnt to the ground… so at the end of the day – there are things going on that ‘they’ don’t want Joe The Plumber to figure out —- thats my worry – OH YEAH Obama got his health plan and everyones premium went UP so i say all in all what the F__k

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