Obama appeals for tolerance Add to ... The Globe and Mail Published Thursday, Sep. 09, 2010 11:33AM EDT Last updated Thursday, Sep. 09, 2010 11:34AM EDT The U.S. President weighed-in to the growing controversy surrounding a Florida pastor who has said he will burn copies of the Quran this Saturday. President Obama said that notion goes against American ideals. Watch More Video: Thousands of Migrants Depart Calais Camp Raw Video: Protester throws pumpkin seeds at Justin Trudeau U.K. retailers benefit from falling pound Quebec Health Minister criticizes Ottawa on health funding Obama to Trump: "C'mon, Man" China inflation data eases debt fears Using a robo-adviser for investing U.S. hacking scandal 'has nothing to do with Russia’s interests': Putin Global economy: Brighter outlooks from China, Germany Raw: Hurricane Matthew lashes South Carolina coast Market Call Tonight: Top Picks from Scotia Wealth’s Mike Newton Growing inward: Where do we go from here? Growing outward: The story of how we got here 'This will kill you': Florida Governor urges evacuations over Hurricane Matthew Hurricane Prompts Evacuations in Coastal Georgia Golf swings back into fashion in China Surgeons in India remove human tail Market Call Tonight: Top Picks from the Murray Wealth Group's Bruce Murray and David Newman Historic FARC peace deal rejected by Colombian voters Can Donald Trump make America great again? Comments AA More Related to this Story Harper condemns Koran burning Jolie condemns Koran burning Clinton calls plan to burn Koran 'disgraceful'