(March, 2011 Detroit, Michigan) --Terry Jones, a preacher for about 30 people in Gainesville, Florida, got really "burned up" now - because he was arrested in Detroit, Michigan for 'accidentally' shooting his gun(???) while protesting against violence of religion(??)
This man of peace (who was carrying a PIECE) is at it again and he seems really dedicated to presenting the "truth" about the peace of his religion and the violence of Islam.
That's right! His gun went off in his car! -- After an interview on Fox TV - in their parking lot. He had the gun with him in the building even though they have a "No Weapons" policy. Maybe it does not apply to "men of peace".(??)
In a strange twist of mental mania, this man has done more to convince people the very opposite of what he is claiming. No one has done more damage to the image of Christianity than this man and his hysterical rhetoric and nonsense about religion.
This is the story of what he did (last March, 2011...)
DETROIT, Mich. -- Our FOX affiliate in Detroit confirms Pastor Terry Jones' gun was fired in their parking lot after a live appearance at their studio on Thursday night.
Jones had just wrapped up an appearance on FOX2's "Let It Rip" ahead of a court appearance to determine whether he will have to pay a bond for security outside a planned protest at the Islamic Center of America in Dearborn, Michigan.
His gun discharged into the floorboard of his car after the show. No one was hurt. Police responded to the incident, but did not file any charges. They say the gun accidentally discharged.
Police returned the gun to Pastor Jones and he was allowed to leave. FOX does not allow guns inside its studios.
Jones sparked worldwide controversy after he and his followers at the Dove World Outreach Center in Gainesville burned a copy of the Koran. The action set off protests at a United Nations building in Afghanistan in which several people were killed, including U.N. employees. (more results for "Peace Pastor"?)
Jones is due in a Michigan courtroom Friday to determine whether he will be allowed to proceed with a Good Friday protest outside of the Islamic Center of America. Prosecutors are seeking up to $100,000 from the Florida pastor for extra security at the demonstration, counter demonstrations are also planned.
Question: What if a Muslim was protesting against Pastor Jones for burning the Quran - and he has a gun and it goes off inside his car?
Would the police say, "Hey! No problem. You didn't hurt anyone. So, have a nice day!"(??)
How about a COMMENT at the end of this article - PLEASE....
__________________________________________________ and now read this from our archives about 'Pastor of Peace - Terry Jones'
Yusuf Estes told all of the Christians the real truth about the Quran, the Bible - and it really "Burned up Preacher Jones".
Everyone is laughing at him and his silly story about "Judging the Quran and finding it 'guilty' and then ordering someone to burn it up as a punishment."
By the way, even though Jones got more media attention again, it did not last long until Sheik Yusuf "burned up his whole mission - with the truth from Islam" - Al Hamdulillah.
Wait until you see the whole video on Yusuf Estes "Tube" website: www.TubeISLAM.com
You might remember Mr. Terry Jones - this is the man who made front page news while threatening to burn the Holy Book of Muslims, back on September 11, last year.
Then after some kind of meeting with Muslims leaders of Florida, he makes some kind of deal and then calls it all off.
September 11, 2010 - The Times of India Reported...
U.S. Pastor Said He Will 'Never Burn Quran'PTI, Sep 11, 2010, 08.08pm IST
NEW YORK: A US pastor, who threatened to burn Quran, on Saturday (September 10, 2010) said he never burn copies of the holy book (Quran), even if a mosque is built near ground zero in this America's commercial capital.
"We will definitely not burn the Quran! No," says Pastor Terry Jones of Florida, "not today, not ever," he said when pressed whether his planned demonstration might happen at a later date.
He explained that it would not happen even if the Islamic center is built near ground zero.
But not for long. Read what he just did last Sunday...
From USA TODAY, March 22, 2011
Florida pastor oversees Quran burning
The controversial Florida pastor who halted plans to burn a Quran on the 9/11 anniversary last year oversaw the burning of the Islamic holy book on Sunday after it was found "guilty" during a "trial" at his church.
"We had a court process," said Pastor Terry Jones, who acted as judge, in a phone interview. "We tried to set it up as fair as possible, which you can imagine, of course, is very difficult."
Jones said about 30 people attended the mock trial at his Dove World Outreach Center in Gainesville.
Jones considered the "International Judge the Quran Day" to be a fairer way of addressing the Islamic holy book, and he denied breaking earlier promises not to burn a Quran.
"If the jury had reached a different conclusion", Jones said he would have issued an "apology for his accusations that the Quran promotes violence".
"We still don't feel that we broke our word — that was in relationship to International Burn a Quran Day," he said, referring to his previous plan to burn a pile of Qurans on the 9/11 anniversary to protest plans for an Islamic community center near Ground Zero. "We said we would not establish another International Burn a Quran Day."
Last year's aborted event provoked criticism from U.S. religious leaders, violent protests abroad and pressure from President Obama and Secretary of Defense Robert Gates before Jones called it off.
After a six-hour trial on Sunday that featured a Christian convert from Islam as a prosecuting attorney and a Dallas imam as a defense lawyer, a jury of 12 church members and volunteers made the judgment, Jones said.
He said the punishment — burning the book after it had been soaked in kerosene for an hour — was determined from four choices on his organization's Facebook page.
He said "several hundred" were polled and voted for burning instead of shredding, drowning and facing a firing squad.
Jones considered the burning — which was conducted by another pastor since Jones was serving as the judge — a one-time event.
"That is not our intention, to run around America burning Qurans," he said.
Jones has launched a new organization, Stand Up America, and plans to protest the Quran, Shariah law and "radical Islam," and has scheduled an April event in front of an Islamic center in Dearborn, Mich.
Ibrahim Hooper, a spokesman for C.A.I.R. (Council on American Islamic Relations), declined to comment at length about Jones' trial.
"Terry Jones had his 15 minutes of fame and we're not going to help him get another few minutes," said Hooper.
Terry Jones Burned Qurans - The Media made more money talking about it -
---- But what do you say?
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