Tuesday marks the seventh day of violent protests in Afghanistan after several copies of the Koran and other religious artifacts were burned in a Baghram air base. Although the President has issued a series of apologies for the mistake, it has not stopped or even slowed the outrage: at present, 40 people have been killed. As one of the most offensive acts to Muslims, it's clear that another method of setting things right need to be pursued.
To explain the impact to American's mission in the country is PJ Crowley, professor at Penn State Dickinson School of Law and School of International Affairs and former Department of State spokesperson.
Also joining the discussion is Imam Johari Abdul-Malik, director of Dar Al-Hijrah Islamic Center.