The recent burning of Qurans at Bagram Air Base in Afghanistan has hurt U.S.-Afghan relations, said Afghan soldier Mohammad Rahim. "If we know that the Americans burnt the Qurans by mistake, we will defend them," Rahim said. "But if we learn that they burnt it intentionally we will support those protesters who attack American bases.
The recent burning of Qurans at Bagram Air Base in Afghanistan has hurt U.S.-Afghan relations, said Afghan soldier Mohammad Rahim. "If we know that the Americans burnt the Qurans by mistake, we will defend them," Rahim said. "But if we learn that they burnt it intentionally we will support those protesters who attack American bases. Jon Stephenson/MCT
The recent burning of Qurans at Bagram Air Base in Afghanistan has hurt U.S.-Afghan relations, said Afghan soldier Mohammad Rahim. "If we know that the Americans burnt the Qurans by mistake, we will defend them," Rahim said. "But if we learn that they burnt it intentionally we will support those protesters who attack American bases. Jon Stephenson/MCT

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