koran.jpgThe United States government has strongly cautioned the head of a small Florida Church that plans to burn copies of the Koran on September 11, in what has been described as a very dangerous move could threaten Americans and possibly spark more anti-American sentiment.

 

Despite government warnings that burning the Koran could endanger U.S. troops and Americans everywhere, Reverend Terry Jones insisted he would go ahead with his plans.

 

Jones, who is known for posting signs proclaiming that Islam is the devil’s religion, says the constitution gives him the right to publicly set fire to the book that Muslims consider the word of God.

 

Analysts have warned that images of the burning of a Koran would undoubtedly incite violence.

 

They have also pointed out that if the excuse of constitutional rights is used to attack other religious groupings it will have lost the aspect of responsibility.

 

They have also warned that this could increase attacks and endanger the lives of American citizens.