Sobriety Asked Amidst Dove World Outreach Center’s “Burn A Qur’an Day” – I would called Terry Jones and his Dove World Outreach Center a bunch of lunatics and deserves an immediate arrest and imprisonment for their plans alone. Their plans is a clear threat to the United States national security and even to Christians around the world. Who in the right mind would plan to burn a Holy Book revered by millions of Muslims around the world and expect to get away with it.
Terry Jones, a fundamental Christian factor and founder of the Dove World Outreach Center is not only planning to burn Qur’ans but also asked people to burn Qur’ans as well.
“We believe that Islam is of the devil, that it’s causing billions of people to go to hell, it is a deceptive religion, it is a violent religion and that is proven many, many times,” Jones told CNN’s Rick Sanchez.
A Facebook page dedicated to the “International Burn a Koran Day” Facebook page states “On September 11th, 2010, from 6pm – 9pm, we will burn the Koran on the property of Dove World Outreach Center in Gainesville, FL in remembrance of the fallen victims of 9/11 and to stand against the evil of Islam. Islam is of the devil!”.
This statement itself is lunacy. How can such a violence even be worth doing in commemoration of the hundreds of people who died in the 9/11 attacks? These people should all be imprisoned and jailed or even put in a mental institution.
What’s more ridiculous is that a member of the Dove World Outreach Center by the name of Wayne Sapp, posted a Youtube video explaining why and how to burn a Quran.
The general secretary of the National Council of Churches, Rev. Dr. Michael Kinnamon already informed the public “that millions of Americans reject the anti-Muslim expressions of some communities who seem to be reacting out of fear and a misunderstanding of the true nature of Islam.”
This act will not accomplish anything and we hope that these people will come to their senses and reconsider. We also hope that Muslims around the world will exercise sobriety and understanding that this is not a consolidated act but an act of a lunatic group whose understanding of faith had gone haywire.To receive updates from WWNN.co.uk directly to your e-mail, you can subscribe to us for free by entering your e-mail address here and confirming your subscription by clicking the link that will be sent to your e-mail address.