(GAINESVILLE, Fla.) -- Florida Pastor Terry Jones -- who last month supervised as another pastor soaked the Islamic holy book in kerosene and set it ablaze -- and members of his small Gainesville, Fla., church have received at least 300 "credible" death threats since demonstrations in Afghanistan against Jones' actions turned violent, causing some Afghan protesters to lash out at United Nations workers and others thought to be associated with the West.
ABC News has learned that the FBI is alerting Jones and Wayne Sapp, the man who actually lit the Koran on fire, of specific threats -- ones that reference a time and place where an attack may occur.
They have "crossed the point of no return," Sapp told ABC News. "We can't go back now," he said.
In an interview this weekend with ABC News, Jones said that he did not feel personally responsible for the violent protest at a United Nations compound in Afghanistan on Friday left 11 dead. Instead, he said, the violence proved his point.
"We wanted to raise awareness of this dangerous religion and dangerous element," Jones said. "I think [the attack] proves that there is a radical element of Islam."
The deaths followed a protest march in the northern Afghan city of Mazar-i-Sharif on Friday against the actions of the American pastors.
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