I think almost all Americans missed the flashpoint of this story. Yes, we knew about the attempt by Reverend Terry Jones last fall to burn a Koran as an act of his repulsion by all the terrorism committed in the name of Islam. We saw that Secretary of Defense Gates personally called him to try to dissuade him from an act that might put our troops at risk from Muslim retaliation. Jones first backed off his threat in exchange for a Muslim promise to not build a large mosque at the site of the destroyed the World Trade Center. However the Muslims backed off that deal, preferring to stick their thumbs in the eyes of New Yorkers murdered in the name of Islam. What we did not hear was that on March 20, 2011, Jones finally went ahead and burned the Koran anyway. Almost a year later Afghans are still killing Americans and each other over another accidential burning of Korans with at least 25 dead after the newest incident.
On this matrix, the axis term is KORAN BURN. Four a priori terms are on the matrix at an ELS - PASTOR TERRY, JONES, and TERROR (at skip +1). Was Jones right to go ahead with his protest? In the open text is ALL WHO KILL A PERSON BY ERROR. If what Jones did was an error, there are now about 20 people dead as a result of it. Below the axis term is YOUR EVIL DOINGS. So who is most to blame for these deaths? Crossing KORAN BURN at skip +1 is TERROR. While it is unfortunate that innocent people while killed by the Jones provocation, the reality is that responsibility for these deaths (1) falls directly upon the Muslims who did the killings and (2) the murders reinforce exactly the message that Jones was attempting to make clear – Islam is a religion out of control, and it constitutes a mortal threat to people everywhere regardless of the religion. Indeed, the news seems to make clear where there are no churches or synagogues to blow up, Muslims feel obligated to blow up mosques or Muslims on pilgrimages. A year after publishing a matrix about the Jones incident, I found AFGHAN on the same matrix.
STATISTICAL SIGNIFICANCE OF THE MATRIX. My CodeFinder dictionary lists 7 terms for TERROR. In Torah, the combined total of hits for these terms just at skip +1 (the best case scenario shown on the matrix) was 50. It takes 36 letters to show KORAN BURN with TERROR at skip +1 The odds against such a match occurring by chance were about 169 to 1.
When the matrix is expanded to 656 letters, the combined odds with PASTOR TERRY, JONES, AFGHAN, and TERROR (at skip +1) drop in value. All these words are found against odds of 994 to 1. A large expansion of a matrix just to capture 4-letter words (or even a 5 letter word - here TERRY ) is often not worth the effort as seen here. However, IF we count the phrase ALL WHO KILL A PERSON BY ERROR as a-priori (which is debateable) then the value of the expansion is justfied. This matrix occurs against odds of 462,474 to 1. The phrase YOUR EVIL DOINGS is clealy a-posteriori and thus is not part of the statistical calculation. One might argue that some of the killing by outraged Muslims was accidental (thus in ERROR), but at least one victim was beheaded. It's kind of hard to do that by accident.
One final note: There is a verse in the Koran that very closely matches a section of the Jewish Talmud with respect to the equivalence of killing a person and all of humanity, and with respect to saving a person and saving of al humanity. However I found an informative article at http://www.islam-watch.org/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=65 which distinguishes what is being said in these two books. The article is worth reviewing for a better picture of the problems being experienced with the Muslim world. The quote from the Yusuf Ali translation of section 5.2 of the Koran is as as follows:
On that account: We ordained for the Children of Israel that if any one slew a person - unless it be for murder or for spreading mischief in the land - it would be as if he slew the whole people: and if any one saved a life, it would be as if he saved the life of the whole people. Then although there came to them Our apostles with clear signs, yet, even after that, many of them continued to commit excesses in the land.”
The Jewish Talmud states:
Therefore the man was created singly, to teach that he who destroys one soul of a human being, the Scripture considers him as if he should destroy a whole world, and him who saves one soul of Israel, the Scripture considers him as if he should save a whole world.