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Crucifixion of Believers, It's Happening!

The crucifying and butchering Christians in horrendous fashion and ritual by radical Islam is seeming to become a trend. Christian Persecution is abounding all around the world but more explicitly in Islamic nations. The Main Stream Media is mum about the whole issue but others are not. Kirby Anderson recently revealed in his article, War on Christians:

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Quoting Ron Prosor, Israel's ambassador to the United Nations... "The Middle East may be the birthplace of three monotheistic religions, but some Arab nations appear bent on making it the burial ground for one of them." Christian communities could be found in the Arab world for centuries. Even at the turn of the 20th century, Christians made up 26 percent of the population of the Middle East. Today that figure is less than 10 percent and declining. Extremist governments are driving away the Christian communities that have lived in the Middle East since the religion of Islam was born.

Christians are losing their lives, liberties, businesses, and churches across the Middle East. Those that survive and can relocate are seeking refuge in neighboring countries often to find they are not welcome there as regimes change. Over the past ten years, two-thirds of Iraq's 1.5 million Christians have been driven from their homes. Many settled in Syria. Now they are leaving Syria. The Syrian Christian population is only a third of what it was a few decades ago.

A Recent article by Michael Snyder, Why Is The Media Silent About The Crucifixion Of Christians By Radical Jihadists? Chronicles the following story: Raghida, former head of a Christian school in Damascus explained the horrific event. “Islam or death” was the choice given to many Christians in Syria on Tuesday during the height of the conflict in Syria. She said many Syrian Christians have been affected by the atrocities taking place in the Christian population of the Middle Eastern country, an area once known for the harmonious coexistence of Muslims and Christians.

According to Sister Raghida, the Muslims came to the two youths and said, “So you want to die as a teacher in whom you trust? Please choose: either to renounce (faith) or you will be crucified!”

The boys both refused to renounce faith in Jesus Christ and were martyred because of it. One of them was crucified in front of his father, who was then killed. The nun went on to tell the radio station that the Jihadists entered the city of Maaloula and started killing men, women, and children. 

Freedom Outpost also reports her as saying, "According to her report, they killed and played football with the heads of those murdered. Sister Raghida also said the killers took pregnant women and pulled out the babies from their wombs and hung them from a tree by their umbilical cords."

Daily more and more stories are being reported on blogs concerning the torture of our brothers and sisters around the globe. The word needs to spread to churches across the world that something needs to be done. It is horrific what they are doing. There are way too many other disgusting photos to even post. Yes Jesus said we would be hated because we follow Him and my hat tips to every believer who is doing just that. The Christian faith may be attacked and persecuted but in the end Jesus will uncover the true sinister evil behind all those who senselessly and foolishly reject His revelation of truth. John 1:12, 3:16 and Philippians 2:5-11 reveal the purpose of Christ. To be crucified as He is an honor but why isn't anything being done about it in the US? Why is our government coddling those whose real aim is to butcher believers? Why?

Dear reader make it your prayer to pray daily for your brothers and sister in Christ and they are brutally butchered. Pray for their families and pray that they may stand strong. These radical Islamist's love to revel in the blood of another, just like satanists, but the axe of Christ judgment is already dangling over their heads. Pray they may repent and turn to Jesus to cleansed of these wicked acts. Pray for their families and pray that they may stand strong. Pray, Pray, Pray!!



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