Comments:Nine killed as protests spread to Kandahar over Qur'an burning
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|How was he allowed to do it||1||23:45, 4 April 2011|
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Putting the awful events in Afghanistan aside, why was the guy allowed to burn the Koran anyway? Freedom of speech doesn't mean you can do what the fuck you want! What a twat, he must have expected something like this to happen. I hope he's feeling pretty bad about it right now.
They don't really care about the burning incident. They have plenty of real things to be mad about, and the Qur'an burning just became a rallying point that the US government can't touch lest it appear to be intolerant.
Even if this were really about a Qur'an being burned, then the problem is the violent reaction to something that is completely pointless and harmless. It's not wrong to burn paper with ink on it. It's not like an invaluable, historical artifact was destroyed in some ancient library; there are probably billions of copies of the Qur'an.