Islamophobe 'Burn Koran' Pastor Terry Jones Arrested for Child Pornography
An American Islamophobe, Dove World Outreach Center Pastor Terry Jones, known recently for his “Burn a Quran Day” campaign has been arrested for pedophilia.
Pastor Terry Jones was arrested for sharing pictures of children in various states of nudity over the popular file sharing network Limewire.
Jones, who is renowned for his terrorist ideologue has also written a poorly researched book against Islam “Islam is of the Devil.”
Jones Church, Dove World Outreach Center also sells coffee mugs and shirts featuring the phrase.
Elsewhere, religious leaders in Gainesville, Florida, have planned a Gathering for Peace, Understanding and Hope, in response to Jones’s campaign.
“We feel compelled to raise our voices to proclaim that the action the Dove World Outreach Center is proposing is absolutely wrong and counter to the life and teaching of the Jesus whom we love, follow and call savior and Lord,” Senior Minister Dan Johnson of Trinity United Methodist Church said, in a note posted on his church’s website Wednesday.
The Christian radical Church, Outreach Center said it will host the Quran-burning event on the ninth anniversary of the September 11, 2001 attacks. The group said it will remember 9/11 victims and take a stand against Islam.
Wednesday, the city of Gainesville denied a burn permit to the center, said Bob Woods, City of Gainesville spokesman.
“It was a question of public safety,” said Woods. “The Gainesville Fire Department has notified the center through a letter,” he said.
The Gainesville Sun reported that, in an e-mail newsletter sent out Wednesday, the terror mongering church announced: “City of Gainesville denies burn permit –but we will still burn korans”
Gene Prince, the interim chief of Gainesville Fire Rescue, told the Sun on Wednesday that under the city’s fire prevention ordinance, an open burning of books is not allowed. He said if the church goes ahead with its plan, it will be fined.
The Islamic advocacy group Council on American-Islamic Relations called on Muslims and others to host “Share the Quran” dinners to educate the public during the month-long fast of Ramadan beginning in August. In a news release, the group announced a campaign to give out 100,000 copies of the Quran to local, state and national leaders.
“American Muslims and other people of conscience should support positive educational efforts to prevent the spread of Islamophobia,” said CAIR spokesman Ibrahim Hooper in the release.
The National Association of Evangelicals, the nation’s largest umbrella evangelical group, issued a statement urging the church to cancel the event, warning it could cause worldwide tension between the two religions.http://www.miadhu.com/2010/08/local-news/islamophobe-pastor-terry-jones-arrested-for-child-pornography/