Saturday, August 24, 2013
Lunatic Fringe Pastor Terry Jones Has Moved His ‘Church’ to Bradenton Fl, Jones has set up shop in East Manatee County off State Road 64 right next to Lake Manatee State Park at 17202 Waterline Rd Bradenton Fl see map click here. Whack Job Pastor Terry Jones has an open arrest warrant and death sentence waiting for him in in Egypt. Manatee Sheriff needs to arrest Pastor Terry Jones on the open warrant and have him shipped to Egypt on con-air.
NY Daily News: Firebrand Florida pastor Terry Jones is a dead man walking if he ever steps a foot into Egypt.An Egyptian court convicted Jones in absentia Wednesday and sentenced him to death in connection to a controversial anti-Islam film that incited deadly protests around the world in September, including the killing of the American ambassador in Benghazi, Libya.
MANATEE — Rev. Terry Jones, who has announced plans to burn copies of the Koran on Sept. 11, has bought property in the Bradenton area and is moving his entire operation here, he said Friday.The burning won’t be in Manatee County but in Mulberry, in Polk County, Jones told the Bradenton Herald.Jones, now based in the Gainesville area, said he chose a property in the 17200 block of Waterline Road in East Manatee for his new location because he liked it and “because of the size and diversity of the population, it has a lot of good potential also for our message.”Jones’ organizations include the Dove World Outreach Center, the Dove Charismatic Ministries Inc., and a political arm, Stand Up America Now.On July 25, he bought the 11.69-acre property for $325,000, according to Manatee county records.
An Egyptian court convicted in absentia seven Egyptian Coptic Christians and a Florida-based American pastor, sentencing them to death on charges linked to an anti-Islam film that had sparked riots in parts of the Muslim world. The case was seen as largely symbolic because the defendants, most of whom live in the United States, are all outside Egypt and are thus unlikely to ever face the sentence. The charges were brought in September during a wave of public outrage in Egypt over the amateur film, which was produced by an Egyptian-American Copt.
Florida-based Terry Jones, another of those sentenced, is the pastor of Dove World Outreach, a church of less than 50 members in Gainesville, Fla., not far from the University of Florida. He has said he was contacted by the filmmaker to promote the film, as well as Morris Sadek, a conservative Coptic Christian in the U.S. who posted the video clips on his website.