The reaction of the U.S. military toward a recent report that NATO forces may have unintentionally burned copies of the Muslim holy book stands in stark contrast to its response when U.S. forces burned copies of the Bible in 2009 â when it refused to apologize and even defended the practice.
Robert Spencer, founder of Jihad Watch, called the actions taken by U.S. Gen. John Allen offensive.
âAllenâs statements amount to groveling before Muslims around the world,â he said. âThis is the United States military, and he is the commander of all U.S. forces in Afghanistan. This is embarrassing and an insult to every American.â...
When u think about it, it is amazing how things in America has changed this would have never happened 30 years ago who cares if there mad about burning korans that was the best thIng to do with them anyway
You need not worry, no doubt that Taliban will take it over when the Western troops leave.
Burning Bibles or the Koran, is stupid. When Irresponsibility Meets Irrationality, though I think our government officials have have given enough apologies and should move on. Apparently this burning was an accident.