"After two days of sending mixed signals, the Florida pastor, who caused a furor with his plans to burn copies of the holy Quran, has indefinitely canceled the globally-condemned scheme. "Not today, not ever…We"re not going to go back and do it. It is totally canceled," Terry Jones said Saturday during an appearance on NBC"s "Today" show.
On Thursday, Florida pastor Terry Jones of the Dove World Outreach Center had only put his Quran burning plans, slated to coincide with the ninth anniversary of the 9/11 attacks in New York and Washington, on hold."
A Republican's campaign for governor of Texas has tumbled after she raised questions over the alleged involvement of the US government in the September 11 terrorist attacks.
Debra Medina, a pistol-packing nurse and home-schooler with close ties to congressman Ron Paul and vocal support from Alex...
Terry Jones, a controversial Florida pastor, announced on Thursday that he will not burn hundreds of Korans to mark the anniversary of the Sept. 11 attacks.
In his remarks, Mr. Jones said:
Our thought was the American people do not as a whole want the mosque at the ground zero location —...
"Pastor Terry Jones defiance is a measure of how far America has fallen into ignorance and decline. As anyone who bothers to research the facts for themselves knows, Muslims were NOT behind 9/11.
However, Pastor Terry Jones gets his information from the corporate media – the very people who...
Anyone going this year? If not, ever been? If not … Andrew Averill writes on SF Gate:
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