British schoolgirl arrested for Koran burning video
In England, for the burning of the Koran has been arrested 15-year-old student of the school. As reported in Thursday, November 25, BBC News, the incident occurred in the region of West Midlands (West Midlands) in the west.
Arrest was made after the video, of Koran burning, appeared on her Facebook profile. It is only known that she was released on bail. Her profile also was removed from Facebook.
The video was reported to the school and subsequently removed, police said.
Why she has done that is unknown. Meanwhile, agency reports that after the incident representatives of the publishing house that publishes an English version of the Koran visited her school. There, according to the BBC, they had to educate children.
In September, for posting on YouTube a similar videos in Britain was arrested six people, five of them were nationalists. The burning of the Muslim holy book had been committed on the anniversary of the terrorist attacks in New York on 11 September. The detainees said that their action was a joke, and occurred spontaneously. According to them, they were not going to post video on the Internet.
Previously, the intention to burn the Koran on Sept. 11 announced a pastor-evangelist from Florida, Terry Jones (Terry Jones). His plans have provoked strong criticism from the Muslim community and from Western leaders. In the end, he refused from his intention.
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