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Pakistani Christian minority leader J. Salik sprinkles ash over his body to protest against US pastor Terry Jones, in Islamabad on March 24, 2011. Pakistan has strongly condemned the "deliberate desecration" of the Koran by a US evangelical preacher in a church in Florida, calling it a setback for global efforts to promote harmony. The burning was carried out by pastor Wayne Sapp under the supervision of Terry Jones, who last year drew condemnation over his aborted plan to ignite a pile of the Islamic holy books to mark the anniversary of the September 11, 2001 attacks. By Aamir Qureshi/AFP/Getty Images.

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