Friday, April 1, 2011

Afghanistan, attack on UN headquarters burned Koran killed eight foreign employees

The American pastor Terry Jones, 'inventor' of the 'International Day Burn a Koran "in the attack on UN headquarters in Mazar-i-Sharif in northern Afghanistan during protests over the recent burning of the Koran in U.S. 11 people were killed including eight foreigners. Two victims have been beheaded by an angry mob, protesting against the burning of a Koran occurred in late March in Florida.

High voltage even in Kabul, where 200 people protested outside the U.S. embassy, shouting "Death to America" and burning a U.S. flag. The protest erupted after Friday prayers. One of the demonstrators, Mawladad, reported that the invitation to take to the streets to protest the burning of the Koran had been addressed directly by the mullahs during his sermon.

According to the governor of Balkh province, where there is Mazar-i-Sharif, "the Taliban were to take the bloody assault on the local UN office, mingling with the protesters." The Foreign Ministry announced that no Italian was involved in the attack and that the only Italian officials who worked for the UN and unharmed.

On 21 March, Wayne Sapp, pastor of Florida, had set fire to the holy book for Muslims after a real trial in which the Quran had been judged "guilty" of crimes against humanity. For help in staging, which took place in front of twenty people, but the news had spread quickly in the four corners of the globe, the controversial Reverend Terry Jones.

The latter had jumped to hit the headlines last September when he announced want to burn the Koran on the anniversary of September 11. Then, after a shower of convictions and the strong pressure of the Obama, the pastor decided to desist from his intentions. "A cowardly attack without justification, there have been any circumstances." So the UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon condemned the attack on UN headquarters.

It said a UN spokesman, Haq Faran, today in New York. After requesting a minute's silence in tribute to the victims, the spokesman merely confirm that there were no casualties, but was not able to give details but indicated that the responsible UN in Afghanistan, Staffan de Mistura, you are going on the site of the massacre.

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