Drone Attacks followed by Burning of Quran


Drone Attacks followed by Burning of Quran


by Allama Ibtisam Elahi Zaheer 


The first gift given by American government after release of Raymond Davis was drone attacks which result in death of 40 innocent people and the 2nd response from their side is burning of Quran in Florida.

NEWS REPORT BY MEDIA: http://www.wftv.com/news/27285054/detail.html 

Terry jones,a biased and prejudiced pastor, who oversaw the burning of the scripture by pastor Wayne Sapp on Sunday, said that "trial" of the holy Quran was held by a jury of 12 church members and volunteers. He said

"We had a court process. We tried to set it up as fair as possible, which you can imagine, of course, is very difficult," Jones was quoted as saying by The USA Today.

The punishment -- burning the book after it had been soaked in kerosene for an hour -- was determined from four choices on his organisation's Facebook page.

Is this the freedom of expression for which American and western nations are working.It is now very much obvious that which group is promoting extremism and intolerance.




It is very strange that Muslims are being tortured physically and psychologically for a long time but even a small protest from side of Muslims is not being tolerated and whenever they raise voice for the dignity of their religion , Quran and their prophet they are accused of being fundamentalists and intolerant.Who will convey the misery and pain of Muslims to the flag bearers of humanity and human rights. No civilized person, nation or organization can support this stupid act of Terry Jones guarded and sponsored by his state.

Muslims at this moment need to establish strong relations with Quran and Holy prophet and they need to prcatise their deen more than used to do it in the past.They should overcome their internal differences to counter consistent attacks on  our religion and they should also demonstrate and protest on mass level to show their love for book of Allah and sunnah of Rasool salal laho aliehi wasalam.Demonstrations are tool of communication and there is no harm in holding big peaceful gatherings to build a pressure on those element who are working against our religion.