Terry Jones sends video message to BNP meeting

American anti-Islamification Pastor Terry Jones sent a specially recorded video address to a meeting of the Croydon and Sutton branch of the British National Party on 11 November. Pastor Jones gained international attention in 2010 and 2011, following his plans to burn a Koran as an act of free speech. He was not able to attend the meeting in person after being banned from the UK by the Home Office in January 2011 for what they called “the public good”.

Pastor Jones has accused the Koran of five crimes against humanity, including crimes against women; the training and promoting of terrorist activities around the world; and the death, rape and torture of people worldwide whose only crime is not being of the Islamic faith.

BNP news report, 23 November 2011