The burning of a Quran at a Florida church has set off a wave of violence in Afghanistan. Thousands of protesters mobbed the United Nations building in Mazar-i-Sharif on Friday.  Seven U.N. workers were murdered, and protests against the United States raged in Kandahar over the weekend, killing dozens. President Obama and General David Petraeus condemned the Florida pastor's actions. Including  the U.N. workers, 24 people have died since protests began last Friday. Rod Nordland, Foreign Correspondent for The New York Times, reports on latest on the ground in Kandahar. Peter Galbraith, former U.N. Deputy Special Representative for Afghanistan analyzes what the protests mean for U.S. strategy in Afghanistan.