Of course if your nation does not go around “building” Muslim nations, than your military does not encounter issues like these.
|U.S. soldier uses Quran for target practice; military apologizes
And while US military officials are out kissing Qurans, Christians in Iraq face continual persecution from Muslims and where is the protest?
Who is in Iraq to protect the persecuted Christians? If you didn’t know, there are not many Christians still in the area. The so-called Religion of Peace Muslims have caused most of them to flee.
The Quran is a book of lies. If you want the truth, read the Bible with 66 books instead. Not that the solider should have done something that might stir up anger over shooting up a book of lies, but I just find these responses to such things to be interesting. Seeing our military in the service of Iraq’s Muslims, while the Christians are being persecuted by the Muslims there. And if a Muslim is harmed even while in prison, it results in Congressional hearings.
(As always, efforts to promote the cult of Muhammad are not allowed in comments here, 2 John 1:10-11.)
update 5/20/2008 10:26AM: US President George W. Bush has apologised to Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki over the shooting of a Koran. Still no conversations noted of Bush speaking with al-Maliki about why Christians are facing more persecution in Iraq now than when Saddam ran the place. Shoot a Christian, all is quite, but shoot a Koran/Quran/(whatever you want to call the book of lies) and it’s an international incident. (All aspiring US Presidential candidates should be asked how they would handle this if they became President and similar occurred on their watch.)
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