</It is evil to burn a Koran to show one’s utter rejection of Islam? Why?/>
That obviously is apparent to most of usit would seem almost all of ussince we reject Islam, especially the radical off-shoots; and we don’t find it either necessary or appropriate to burn what millions of other humans consider a holy book.
Is it not evil to carry out an unnecessary and provocative action that will be used by Jihadists as a symbolic action to justify further, and well as past murderous actions, against non-Muslimsand even other Muslims who may be working with Western nations and personnel in the war against terror in such places as Iraq and Afghanistan?
Why would anyone want to do anything, even in “the name of liberty”, to, provide ammunition to those to whom liberty is anathema and whose life mission is to destroy it?
Ironically, in proposing to torch a Koran, this fool only feeds the flames of radical Islam.
I believe that God has a purpose for us here on Earth. I further believe that there are people on Earth today who actively oppose God. Finally, I believe that serving God’s purpose will sometimes unavoidably bring us into conflict with those who oppose Him. So be it.