Oscar-winning actress and United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees Goodwill Ambassador Angelina Jolie is in Pakistan to draw attention to the flood-ravaged nation, and had some sharp words for a Florida church planning to burn copies of the Quran to mark the ninth anniversary of the September 11 terrorist attacks in New York City.

"I have hardly the words that somebody would do that to somebody's religious book," Jolie told reporters in Islamabad after visiting refugee camps in the northwestern part of the country, according to the Associated Press. Ten million people are presently without shelter and more than 1,700 people have died in the six weeks since torrential monsoon rains ravaged the largely Muslim country.

The book burning is being organized by Pastor Terry Jones of the Dove World Outreach Center, a small, anti-Islam, evangelical Christian church in Gainesville, Florida. Jones has said repeatedly that he and his congregation intend to move forward with their plans despite warnings from U.S. government officials, who have called the Quran burning a "disgraceful act" that could endanger U.S. troops in the Middle East and around the world.