OK I will. What Jones did was wrong because he is condemning anyone who believes in Islam with his action. He is putting them all in the camp with the nuts. The other reason and I have said this already is that he hides behind the rights and protections provided him by others including Muslims to do this. And lastly because he was told by Patreaus that these actions for selfish reasons could get some of our folks killed and stir up trouble he is busy trying to put down. So he endangered our men and woman on the ground and now we see the general was right. So for those reasons Jones was wrong to do this. It was never that he didn't have the right as so many keep trying to claim I am saying. It's because regardless of the right he should have thought of the consiquences and so shares some of the blame. So again for the Millionth time it isn't his right that is in question. It is his arrogance and foolishness.
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This is what you keep posting
I think that in the end if you don/t like Muslims your argument is Jones has the right. If you believe in freedom of religion your argument is why go around disrespect peoples religion? My view is I don't like islamists but I can differentiate between them and average practicing Muslims. Some just group them all together and make excuses for doing so.
Now where in that do I say he doesn't have a right?
Fact is, had Pastor Jones not did what he did, the U.N. workers would most likely still be alive today. So, Unless you (or others) can provide evidence to the contrary, I'd have to say none of the U.N. workers lives were in danger - constant or otherwise - until Pastor Jones burned the Qu'ron. His actions put their lives in jeapordy, and there's no excuse for that. You may not like it, but it's fact.