Afghan Korans used for terrorist communications

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  1. wtd says:

    In a statement on Thursday, Ihsanoglu described the incident as a

    “deplorable act of incitement”, and said that the act runs

    “contrary to the common efforts of the OIC and that of the international community …to combat intolerance, and incitement to hatred based on religion and belief.”

    The Qur’an itself says 8:65:

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    “Incite the believers to kill.”

    Islam is nothing if not militant, & incitement is core to its structure.

    Kinetic Effects of Prayer in Islam.
    The Old and New Testaments concern themselves with the love and teachings of God and Christ while the Qur’an instead expends considerable effort demonizing other religions and the people practicing those religions (see CSPI’s Statistical Islam).

    As for burning qur’ans, Dr. Andrew Bostom writes:

    “Proper Koran Disposal, Apologies, and Murdering Innocent Infidels in Afghanistan”

    “. . .Regarding the Koran, the Armed Forces Chaplaincy Center document written by Lanious includes this comment sourced to the classical 18th century Hanafi manual of Islamic law Radd al-Mukhtar ala ad-Dur al-Mukhtar, “The Answer to the Baffled” over “The Exquisite Pearl”:
    It is also permitted to burn and then bury it in a place that is far removed from rubbish, trash, paths and walkways. (Doing this) will safeguard it from any type of degradation and debasement, as well as a protection for the Koran so that there does not occur any confusion, distortion or dispute due to the spreading and circulation of copies of the Koran that have printing and/or publishing errors.
    Moreover, just this past September 16, 2011, during a PBS interview, Imam Jihad Turk, Director of Religious Affairs, at the Islamic Center of Southern California, provided these pellucid, and succinct directives
    When Muslims want to respectfully dispose of a text of the Koran that is no longer usable, we will burn it. So if someone, for example, in their own private collection or library had a text of the Koran that was damaged or that was in disrepair, so the binding was ruined, etc., or it got torn, they might bring it by to the Islamic Center and ask that someone here dispose of it properly if they were unsure how to do that. And what I’ll do is I’ll take it to my fireplace at home and burn it there in the fireplace. So I sort of take the pages out and then burn it to make sure that it gets thoroughly charred and is no longer recognizable as script.

    However, another likely instigator of these deadly disturbances appears to be the Islamophilic photographer from Agence France-Presse (AFP) mentioned in this story @ TheBostonChannel.com – Korans desecrated by prisoners

    “. . .Photographs surfaced purporting to show the damaged Qurans. A photographer for Agence France-Presse said Afghans who work inside the airfield told him they obtained the Qurans there.
    But the U.S. military said that was unlikely. “

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