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International Judge the Koran Day Update: Video Released

On March 20, 1011,  Pastor Terry Jones held a mock trial of the
Koran at Gainesville, Fl. and executed it by burning.  The
imposition of punishment upon the book was condemned as ‘hate speech’
& ‘inciting violence’ by the OIC, UN, President, Secretary of
State, Congressmen & Generals.  it was said that the act
endangered our troops overseas and threatened world peace.

Inflammatory kutbah at Jumah Salat incited
riots which resulted in considerable death and property damage,
consequent of rabble rousing rants in mosques, not the trial &
burning of the Koran.

A  press release from Stand Up
, dated January 29, 2012,
announced the delayed uploading of the video of International Judge the Qur’an Day, which occurred
March 20, 2011. The original streaming video has been divided into five
parts.  The audio quality of the first part is marginal.
Since the trial was conducted in Arabic with a translator, it is not
easy listening.

The execution begins just after 57.5 minutes into
the fifth part.  One matter becomes clear: the front cover of the
book is facing us and the spine of the book is on the left, which shows
us that they burned a translation, not an Arabic Qur’an, which is
printed from right to left.   Only the Arabic Qur’an is
considered sacred.  The riots and recriminations were a big fuss
over nothing.

Koran on trial

January 30, 2012 Posted by | Islam, Political Correctness, Religion of Peace | , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

International Judge the Koran Day: Execution

nternational Judge the Koran Day: Execution

This video of the sentencing & execution of a Koran was posted on Facebook.  I was not able to view the judgment with Firefox.  I was able to log on with Internet Explorer, but the audio quality was poor, and  the prosecutor was speaking in Arabic.  I did not hear the promised translation.  When I attempted to reload the page, the server timed out, which it continues to do more than four hours after the event.

I suspect that the site which streamed the video might have suffered a distributed denial of service attack, but one source asserts that they went off line voluntarily.  I will continue to try the site periodically in hopes of finding video of the trial.  If and when I obtain more information about the trial I will write a new post about it.

At present, there are two news stories about the trial and execution fo the Koran.

The Straits Times story should guarantee adequate coverage in Asia.  It is just a matter of time until the hot heads learn of the execution, then the rabble rousing will begin.  How much Hell they will raise is anyone’s guess, the less the better.    Any violence which might ensue must be blamed on those who incite it and carry it out, not on the acts of judging and burning the Koran.

I will be watching for reaction in and from the Human Rights Council as it enters its last week of deliberation for its 16th session. The council has a full calendar and can not afford to waste time on trifling matters. I doubt that the OIC will view the issue my way.

While I do not disagree with the verdict, I dislike the idea of burning the Koran inside a church.  Even though it was well contained and isolated from flammable surfaces, the issues of fire hazard, liability, insurance and air pollution  would lead me to do it outdoors, in a burning barrel, covered with a fine screen to prevent fly ash from starting brush fires.” type=”application/x-shockwave-flash

March 21, 2011 Posted by | Political Correctness | | 1 Comment


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