Terry Jones protests Islamic law on steps of state Capitol
Marisa Schultz/ The Detroit News
Lansing — Terry Jones, the controversial Florida pastor, returned to Michigan on a rainy Wednesday night for a 30-minute speech on the steps of the Capitol where he railed about radical Islam.
The pastor's speech was greeted by more police, media and protesters than supporters or curious onlookers.
About a dozen protesters started chanting "Say No to Hate" during Jones' speech before police quieted them down.
"Terry Jones is not welcome here," said protester David Mitchell, 30, of Lansing, who held a banner with others saying: "They shall not pass."
Jones, wearing jeans and a Harley Davidson black bomber jacket, decried Islam as a not a peaceful religion and oppressive to women. The Islamic law, Sharia, should not be tolerated, he said.
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