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Koran-Burning Florida Pastor Makes Stop In Amarillo

A controversial pastor paid a visit to Amarillo for a Texas rally discussing what he calls the worst issues in America today. 

Yesterday's event brought people from all around the area to come out to hear what Terry Jones had to say and even to express their own thoughts on the issues.

Jones is the pastor at the center of the recent burnings of the Koran. 

He says abortion, homosexuality and Islam are causing the most problems for America. There were very few supporters but many protestors at the rally. Many of the protesters say Jones' ideas are closed-minded and full of hate.

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