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Originally posted by NetCom
What I do care about is "them" saying, NO...you can't.
Originally posted by speculativeoptimist
He also has some reservations it seems, and it sounds like he will leave the final decision in God's hands...sound familiar?
Originally posted by redoubt
Originally posted by chorizo4
I think the pastor is a blow hard. Using this to increase his church membership.
It's political, just like burning the flag or a bible. The difference is that many of those who will defend those acts, are now horrified at this event.
Let 'em burn the Koran and even if Islam has a true mark on things, Allah will survive.
Don't get your britches in a tangle.
"We know this is not just the decision of a church. It is the decision of the president and the entire United States," said Abdul Shakoor, an 18-year-old high school student who said he joined the protest after hearing neighborhood gossip about the Quran burning.
The Pastor has been denied a burn permit by the Fire Marshall. If he attempts to burn the books, the fire will be put out by the local fire department and the pastor will be fined and also charged for the fire department personnel.