To King and Queen of Burn the Qur’an Day

Dr. Terry and Sylvia Jones

King and Queen of Burn the Qur’aan Day

First, I would like to express my joy over your letting people know about a book called the Qur’an, for if we had the wherewithal to spend millions of millions of dollars we would not be able to garner this tremendous  publicity for the Muslim Holy Book.

Second, as a Muslim and an Imam, I’m not at all worried about this offensive, paranoid behavior against Islam and the Qur’an, for in the history there was a crazy king who tried to destroy the Kabah (Bakkah), and the Almighty God made it a historical lesson for humanity and glad tidings hailing the birth of the Prophet of Mercy (Mohammad); and history has been known to repeat itself.

Thirdly, the Qur’an Says about Jesus, the son of Mary: “a sign, of God’s Greatness, to men and a and mercy from God.” (The Chapter of Mary, 19:21), therefore, it is easy to see you through his eyes to know who you are.

Now, as an American Muslim, I have no power to stop you, nor would I if I could, for God gave human beings the right and freedom to believe and to disbelieve.

“A false witness will not go unpunished, and he who breathes out lies will perish.” (Proverbs 19:9)

And The Qur’aan says: “Therefore excuse them and proclaim, “Peace”; for they will soon come to know.” (Al-Zukhruf, 43:89)

Finally, Almighty God, Allah, is sufficient for us and is the best and only one in whom we put our faith and our trust,

Imam Wissam Abdul Baki

see: An open letter to the Muslim community