1. Justice?

    Egypt Orders Arrest of Terry Jones

    DEARBORN, MI - APRIL 21: Pastor Terry Jones of Dove World Outreach Center attends a hearing in 19th District Court April 21, 2011 in Dearborn, Michigan. The hearing was to discuss claims that his planned protest of radical islamists and sharia law at a Dearborn mosque on Good Friday, April 22nd could incite a riot, and to discuss the need for Jones to post a peace bond to cover police costs for providing security at the event.  (Photo by Bill Pugliano/Getty Images)

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    Egypt has ordered the arrest of Florida pastor Terry Jones for helping to promote the amateur U.S. anti-Muslim film Innocence of Muslims. Arrest warrants were also issued for seven Egyptian Coptic Christians now living in the United States, including Nakoula Basseley Nakoula, who has already been questioned over his involvement with the film. The prosecutor’s office in Egypt said that the eight are accused of “insulting the Islamic religion, insulting the Prophet and inciting sectarian strife.” The office also said that if convicted all could face the death penalty.

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