FLASHBACK: US MILITARY DESTROYED BIBLES MEANT FOR FUTURE AFGHAN CONVERTS

Hey, when it’s Christian Bibles, it’s OK to burn them! The brouhaha over US military members who were given Bibles to hand out to potential Christian converts in Afghanistan, erupted over a year ago, after a story in al-Jizz was released showing US soldiers praying and talking about conversions of Afghanis.

The reaction was swift, the military confiscated them all and had them burnt, and imagine that, Christians weren’t seen rioting in the streets demanding the guilty parties to be beheaded. So now a pastor wants to do the same, and the military, (read = Gen.Petraeus) cries foul. KGS


Pentagon burns bibles

The Bibles were printed in the local Pashto and Dari languages. Military rules forbid proselytizing. By the way, the Bibles were burned because the rules on the base say that all garbage is burned at the end of the day. But just asking here; if the U.S. Military seized a stack full of Korans, would they be burned? You think that might cause a little outrage in the Muslim world?



5 Replies to “FLASHBACK: US MILITARY DESTROYED BIBLES MEANT FOR FUTURE AFGHAN CONVERTS”

  1. We are burying ourselves in a sickening sea of Political Correctness, what fools we are. The more we cater and bow to the Islamic world the louder they laugh.

  2. I wonder if Prime MInister Harper “unequivocally condemned” the actions of the US military when they burned the Bibles? Any one care to bet?

  3. via Reuters:
    Qur’an burning cancelled, Ground Zero mosque will be moved: pastor


    Dove World Outreach Center church pastor Terry Jones is pursued by the media as he leaves a news conference after announcing the burning of the korans will continues as planned in Gainesville, Florida September 8, 2010.
    Photograph by: REUTERS/Scott Audette
    A U.S. fundamentalist Christian pastor on Thursday called off his plan to burn copies of the Qur’an on Saturday.
    Terry Jones, who heads the tiny, little-known Dove World Outreach Center church based in the Florida university town of Gainesville, said an agreement had been reached with Muslim leaders to move the controversial location of a planned Islamic cultural center and mosque in New York.
    It would be moved away from the site of the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks on the United States.
    Will be updated.

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