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Friday, 10 September 2010

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Pastor In Bear Wallow Accidentally Burns Church Down!

Bob Terry of Florida has some competition with the Koran burning on 9-11.

Springfield, Tennessee's Pastor Harold Young said his decision to burn the Islamic holy book on September 11 has nothing to do with the agenda of the pastor in Florida or the controversy surrounding the mosque in New York.

"I just don't like the book", stated Young.

Update: A pastor of a church in Kansas City says that they plan to burn a Koran also. "We have that freedom. I've seen them destroying Bibles on TV, so we can let them know how we feel about this book."

Meanwhile Bob Terry of Florida says that his congregation thought of it first.

Pastor Young says that he had come up with the idea right after 9-11.

Now, Pastor Don Lickins of Kansas says that they have been burning Korans since the day after the planes hit the Twin Towers.

Meanwhile, a Pastor Moore in Bear Wallow, Kentucky says that they heat their church in the winter with burned Korans, "not to brag."

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