Have to agree with Ian. OK, I don't see how a burning of a single copy of the book can help anyone. Besides that's not what I would do with any book. But on the other hand - I also don't see the reason of getting really worked up about it. It is still just a copy of a book, there's millions of them, I assume. And even if a few copies of them are burnt, I would say that the message, the main idea in them still lives on through other books and minds of people, despite whatever is done to those few copies of books.
Totally agree with Ian and Lizzy here.
Is it hurting people?
Or is it merely a waste of natural resources(trees / paper)?
Is it offensive to you?
There are plenty of other terrible things happening in the world that could use one's attention and energy. Why waste attention and energy thinking about a nutty USA citizen engaged in some useless attention-seeking act?
And when are you going to stop burning flags, pictures, dummies etc??? It's just a book anyway, I prefer Alice in wonderland... much better that that crap!
I will give anybody 25 million dollars to show me their God in person, so I can shake his or her hand in friendship