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Jacksonville, Florida / Preaching Hate #722559

NBC Evening News for Tuesday, Feb 25, 2003
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(Studio: Tom Brokaw) An occasional series spotlighting American cities & towns as the US moves closer to war introduced.

(Jacksonville: Bob Faw) The anti-Islam message of some Christian churches in Jacksonville, Florida, featured. [First Conservative Baptist Church Rev. Gene YOUNGBLOOD†- says the heartbeat of Islam is hatred.] [First Baptist Church of Jacksonville Rev. Jerry VINES†- tells the congregation that all religions are not equally true; defends his calling the prophet Muhammad†† a “demon-plagued pedophile.”] [Interfaith Council of Jacksonville Jose ROSA†- says they’re preaching hate.] [Muslim Monica LUTT‡- says the preaching incites unrest.] [Hendricks Avenue Baptist Church Greg WARNER†, Mary WYNN†, Berrylin HOUSTON†- offer opinions.]

Brokaw, Tom;
Faw, Bob

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