As an editorial note to an article, On the Burning of the Quran, I wrote:
We are against burning books, given that humanity has regretted many such previous incidents. But after studying Islam’s 1400-year history, knowing the Quran’s content in its best of details, and the sufferance humanity continues to suffer because of this book—we believe this is one book-burning incident that humanity would not regret, but may deem it a blessing down the years.
Let us emphasize that life is what value and treasure most. And the number of human beings fall victim to death and other sufferings and inequities in a day due to the Quran and its Islam is a reason good enough to justify the burning of entire collection of this most horrendous book existing in the world today.