‘They smashed my nose and teeth with hammer’: An Iraqi priest reveals the horrors of ISIS’ captivity
If he was kidnapped in 2006, it was probably by al-Qaeda in Iraq, which later renamed itself the Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant, or ISIS (Levant is “Sham” in Arabic). Where are the Church leaders in the West raising their voices about this atrocity and speaking out against the Muslim persecution of Christians? They’re too busy silencing the Christians who dare to speak up for the persecuted.
“’They smashed my nose and teeth with hammer’ An Iraqi priest reveals the horrors of ISIS’ captivity,” by Madeeha Bakhsh, Christians In Pakistan, May 6, 2016:
An Iraqi priest, Father Douglas Bazi spoke at the #WeareN Congress 2016 at the United Nations, revealed the horrors of his captivity under Islamic State. During this event, he briefed the audience about the plight of the genocide of Christians in Iraq. Followed by this event he went on to speak in a Sacramento church.
The Baghdad-based, Father Douglas Bazi while addressing an brimming crowd at Our Lady of Perpetual Help Chaldean Catholic Church in Orangevale, Sacramento on Wednesday May 4 detailed the quandary of persecuted Christians in Iraq. During his address, he narrated, the dilemma he had to go through, and told that he survived bomb attacks and a kidnapping in 2006.
“They destroyed my car, they blew up my church on front of me. I got shot by AK-47 in my leg. The bullet is still in my leg. And I been kidnapped for nine days. They smash my nose and my teeth by hammer. And they broke one
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