Images: Petraeus, Sedwill condemn Quran burning, call for people not to respond in kind [Image 2 of 2]
Photo by Staff Sgt. Jordan Jones
Standing outside of the International Security Assistance Force Headquarters building in Kabul, Afghanistan, April 3, U.S. Army Gen. David Petraeus, commander, ISAF/U.S. Forces-Afghanistan, and British Ambassador Mark Sedwill, NATO senior civilian representative, answer questions from reporters after condemning the actions of Pastor Wayne Sapp, who burned a copy of the Holy Quran March 20. Petraeus called on all leaders to not respond with the same bigotry, but to respond with calmness, tolerance, and respect. “This is what we have sought to do, and I believe our Afghan partners have also sought to do,” said Petraeus.
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Date Posted:04.03.2011 12:12