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Unbelievable, NATO Agrees to Prosecute “Perpetrators” of Koran Burning?

Morgen on February 26, 2012 at 8:45 am

It’s come to this.

In the Name of Allah, the Most Merciful, the Most Compassionate

Following the insulting and shameful act of burning Quran in Bagram airbase that injured the religious sentiments of the Islamic world and particularly of the Afghan Muslim nation, two delegations comprising of representatives from government, the National Council of Ulemma and the National Assembly were assigned and dispatched to investigate the circumstances and causes that have led to the inhumane incident.

The delegations, while deeply touched by the religious sentiments shown by the Afghan Muslim and Mujahid nation, inform our citizens of the following:

1. In view of the particular security situation in the country, we call on all our Muslim citizens of Afghanistan to exercise self-restraint and extra vigilance in dealing with the issue and avoid resorting to protests and demonstrations that may provide ground for the enemy to take advantage of the situation.

2. After the shameful incident by the US soldiers stationed in Bagram, senior NATO and American officials expressed their deep apologies to the Muslim nation of Afghanistan and assured that such incidents will not happen again.

3. NATO officials promised to meet Afghan nation’s demand of bringing to justice, through an open trial, those responsible for the incident and it was agreed that the perpetrators of the crime be brought to justice as soon as possible.

This is from the “Media & Information Center” for the government of Afghanistan, so it’s official – which doesn’t necessarily mean it’s not propaganda. It’s not even remotely possible that our government would ever agree to such a thing, right? Right??

First we issue a series of unbelievably humiliating apologies, then we promise to prosecute whoever is responsible for this nonexistent crime. How much farther down the list of penance is unconditional surrender?

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