Anyone in the military can go to a chaplain and ask for a copy of the Bible. Until recently, anyone in the military could go to a chaplain and ask for a copy of the Qur'an. But things have changed. The Department of Defense is now so worried about how non-Muslims might treat the Qur'an, chaplains are only allowed to give someone a Qur'an if he's already a Muslim and has a Muslim identification badge.
Hmmm. Special protection for the Qur'an? I'm not familiar with that practice under the Constitution. But I seem to recall a legal system that demands special treatment for all things Islamic. What was that legal system again?