A mentally ill Vietnam War veteran who has spent much of the past three decades in prison or psychiatric hospitals said he meant to send a message the recent night he was arrested outside a Michigan mosque, just not the violent message authorities say he intended. Full story
As religious tensions across the world continue to rise with talk of burning Qurans and protesting mosques, Steve Stone of Heartstong Church and Brent Walker of the Baptist Joint Committee discuss how to cool the anger.
As NBC’s Mike Taibbi reports, the increasingly angry debate over a planned mosque near ground zero has spread far beyond New York City.
Dan Senor of the Council on Foreign Relations discusses the lack of money for the mosque project near Ground Zero.
America's 9/11 Foundation's Nick Leishen discusses why the 9/11 support group is against building a mosque near ground zero.
Howard Wolfson, deputy mayor of New York City, joins the Morning Joe panel to continue the discussion about the proposed Islamic community center near Ground Zero.
Apr. 22, 2011 - Michigan, MI, U.S. - Muslims gather outside the Islamic Center of America protesting Rev. Terry Jones in Dearborn, Mich., on Friday, April 22, 2011. ANDRE J. JACKSON/Detroit Free Press. (Credit Image:
DEARBORN, MI - APRIL 21: An interfaith group rallies at the Islamic Center of America to show unity and condemn the planned Good Friday protest by Pastor Terry Jones at the mosque April 21, 2011 in Dearborn, Michigan. Jones burned a copy of the Koran, the religious text of Islam, last month.