When Terry Jones backed down from his plans to burn copies of the Quran on 9/11, Randall Terry stepped up and led a protest outside of the White House where they tore pages out of copies of the Quran because “the charade that Islam is a peaceful religion must end.”
Apparently, the event was such a success that Terry and crew are now going to embark upon a Quran-destroying campaign:
On October 6 and 7, Christians (both Catholic and Protestant) will gather in New York, DC, and various cities, holding large posters printed with the words of the Quran, and the words of Muhammad from the Hadith and the Sunnah. The participants will either 1) tear the passages, 2) crumple them up and throw them in a garbage bag, or 3) just laugh at them — to ridicule the idea that a “Religion of Peace” calls for beheading, murder, crucifixion, etc.
October 7 is the anniversary of The Battle of Lepanto, 1571, in which the Holy League navy defeated the Ottoman Muslim navy. Had the Muslim forces won, Rome would likely have fallen, and St. Peters could very well be a Mosque. (That was the fate of Hagia Sophia in Constantinople.)
“Hear Muhammad Speak” Statement of Goals:
I. To ignite national and world-wide debate/dialogue/education on the anti-Semitic, anti-Christian, and at times violent message of the Quran.
II. To focus national and world wide attention on Muhammad — his words and deeds that are not in the Quran (i.e., Muhammad’s words that are in the Hadith and the Sunnah) — that call for the murder, beheadings, etc. of Christians and Jews, and the suppression of religious freedom.
III. To highlight the suffering of Christians inflicted by Muslims who follow the example of the words and deeds of Muhammad.
IV. To call on Islamic political and religious leaders to “lay down Muhammad’s sword;” i.e., to stop persecuting and killing Christians and Jews, as well as “apostates” who leave Islam.
V. To give historic background on the name “Cordoba,” and to urge the halting of the Cordoba Initiative at Ground Zero.
VI. To encourage people to fearlessly defy and expose the Hadith, the Sunnah, and Sharia law while our freedoms still permit it.
In an email to supporters announcing the campaign, Terry explains that they are going to be destroying Qurans because it is what Jesus and Mary would want:
“What would Jesus do?” Maybe He would overturn tables, or chase or hit people with a whip; maybe he would call people names like “whitewashed tombs, or “brood of vipers” or “the sons of hell.” Maybe He would speak the truth, not back down, and even die.
“What would Mary do?” Maybe she would give prayers and urgings like she did at the battle of the gates of Vienna to destroy the Muslim army that sought to annihilate Christianity; maybe she would ask her Son for grace and strength to be given to the soldiers and sailors at the battle of Lepanto to destroy the Muslim Navy, and save Rome and all Christendom from the Muslim hordes.
I give these pictures in the fear of God; Jesus and Mary are not afraid of the truth. Jesus and Mary know that the Church militant should be just that, and that at times words and deeds that are not “politically correct” or “tolerant” must be used in the fight against evil, and the culture of death, and those who seek to destroy Truth and the Church.