GAINESVILLE, Fla., (Reuters) - A militant fundamentalist Christian preacher in Florida whose burning of Holy Quran triggered deadly riots in Afghanistan was unrepentant on Saturday and defiantly vowed to lead an anti-Islam protest outside the biggest mosque in the United States. The planned demonstration could further inflame tensions over the Holy Quran burning, which led to two days of protests in Afghanistan that included the killings of UN staff and stoked anti-Western sentiment in parts of the Muslim world. Our aim is to make an awareness of the radical element of Islam, Pastor Terry Jones told Reuters in an interview at the church he leads in the college town of Gainesville, Florida. A picture of the burning Holy Quran was on his computer screen. Jones, a former hotel manager turned pastor, said he will go ahead with a protest on April 22 in front of the largest mosque in the United States, located in Dearborn, Michigan. A range of Christian and U.S. Muslim leaders have condemned Jones and his small Dove World Outreach Center church, which reportedly has a congregation of around 30 members.