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Koran Burning - Enough Already

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Submitted by Soloview (Canada), Sep 22, 2010 at 22:46

Terry Jones and the other idiots burning Korans have drawn too much attention from the much bigger issue - the ghoulish provocation of the planned Islamic center to replace one of the buildings damaged on 9/11/01 by an attack of Islamic mass murderers on the WTC. That's where the focus should be.

Two days ago, in a brilliant expose of Rauf's unsound view of the project's profile in the Muslim world, professor Fouad Ajami of Johns Hopkins cited (WSJ, 20/9) a respected Arabic electronic daily, Elaph, whose poll in the Arab showed 58% of respondents opposed to the Cordoba/Park51 project and 63% agreeing that the USA is a bona fide pluralistic society. Anyone took note of that ?

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