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"Please Don't Burn the Quran"

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The Dove World Outreach Center in Gainesville has proclaimed September 11 "International Burn a Quran Day." Several American faith groups, including the National Association of Evangelicals, have urged the church to cancel its event. Christian minorities in predominantly Muslim countries are also speaking out, asserting that the plan could further endanger their already-vulnerable communities.

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