Fla. church plans to burn Qurans on 9/11 anniversary

Posted on August 14, 2010




America is a SECULAR country like BHARAT with a BIG difference.

While in Bharat everyone has gone DOWN accepting surrender of Dharti in 1947 and regards the Muslims “indigenous and patriotic”, in America, on the other hand, strong PUBLIUC OPINION has come about on the Muslim plan to build a grand mosque at Ground Zero.

The latest news is even more encouraging. A Church, counterpart of the Hindu mandir, plans to BURN Quran that inspired the Arab attackers of 9/11.

We Hindus will hold our breath on that day, expecting to see Pastor to be assassinated by a devour Jehadi, or arrested, and the church surrounded by the police sent by the Governor of state. So let us wait and see how US citizens show pride in their RELIGION and take steps to defend the status of Christianity in that land as compared to our own MAJORITY community in Bharat that is getting ready to celebrate the Independence of Nehru and his Congress Party on August 15 while overlooking the death of LAHORE and MULTAN and a lot more.

We ought to see with regret the inability of the HINDUS, who now ought to regard ourselves as the MASTERS of our TERRITORY after conceding Pakistan to “indigenous” Muslims, in building Sri Ram Temple in Ayodhya.

Would the Americans or the Europeans tolerate a mosque on the site of a desecrated or destroyed church? We need to take courage. America is now the role model for our Hindu leaders. We ought to note that as yet the “indigenous” Muslims of America have not captured an inch of territory, as opposed to five provinces and North Kashmir in India, yet the Americans are up in arms against their evil potential, under the motto: “PREVENTION IS BETTER THAN CURE!”

July 21, 2010

by Maggie Hyde
Religion News Service

(RNS) A Florida church with “Islam is of the devil” signs in its front lawn plans to host an “International Burn A Quran Day,” on the ninth anniversary of the Sept. 11 attacks this year.

The Dove World Outreach Center, a non-denominational church in Gainesville, has marked the date in previous years with protests against Islam. The church holds protests on other issues, such as homosexuality, same-sex marriage, and abortion.

Pastor Terry Jones said members of the church plan to be at the Gainesville City Hall on Aug. 2 to protest the election of the city’s openly gay mayor. Church-state groups had previously accused the church of illegal politicking for its “No Homo Mayor” signs.

Jones, who is also the author of a book titled “Islam is of the Devil,” said protests are key to the mission of his church.

“We feel, as Christians, one of our jobs is to warn,” said Jones.
The goal of these and other protests are to give Muslims an opportunity to convert, he said.

In response to the posting of the event on Facebook a little more than a week ago, Jones said that people have been mailing Qurans to the church to burn. He said organizers got the idea, in part, from another Facebook page, called “Everybody Draw Muhammad Day.”

Sept. 11 will fall during the Eid al-Fitr holiday this year, when Muslims mark the end of the holy month of Ramadan. Local Muslims are planning to use the feast as an opportunity to share Islamic traditions and Qurans with the church members and the wider community.

“We don’t want to do anything that would be reactive,” said Ramzy Kilic, communications director of the Tampa Chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations.

On May 10, a pipe bomb exploded in the Islamic Center of Northwest Florida inJacksonville. No worshippers were hurt, but Kilic said the planned burning of Qurans could escalate tensions in the area. (HMM)