Today the papers are filled with articles about Muslim demonstrations round the world protesting the alleged Koran desecration at Guantanamo.
In all the articles I read, I could not find one mention of anyone protesting the actions of the 17 Muslims who killed each other.
At a rally in Beirut organized by the Islamic group Hezbollah, thousands of Lebanese chanted, "America, listen, listen, with my blood I will protect my Koran," according to news reports.
In Islamabad, Pakistan's capital, the leader of Jamaat-e-Islami, a religious political party, led thousands of Muslims in a march through the city's boulevards. The U.S. admission "that its soldiers were disrespectful of the Koran is a much more serious offense than its invasion of Iraq," Qazi Hussain Ahman, the leader, said in a phone interview.
I think reactions like these might be informative to those who are waiting for Islam to modify one day the dogmas in the Koran that call for death for this and that.