ISIS Crucifies 11 Christian Missionaries, Cuts Fingertips Off 12 Year Old In Front of Preacher-Father Before Killing Them BOTH
Islamic State militants in Syria heinously tortured and killed a 12-year-old boy, along with 11 indigenous Christian missionaries, after they refused to leave their homeland or renounce Christ.
According to the Virginia-based Christian Aid Mission, a group that has been in contact with the slain missionaries’ director, all 12 victims were captured on Aug. 7 in a village on the outskirts of Aleppo.
Three weeks later, IS militants questioned the captives about whether they converted from Islam when they became Christians, an offense that is punishable by death under the Islamic State’s twisted legal code. The Christian captives were honest and admitted that they were once Muslims.
The IS jihadis demanded the captives reconvert to Islam, but the Christians asserted that they would never renounce their love for Christ.
In the one village, militants began questioning the ministry workers, the son and the team leader — who had helped establish nine house churches in the area.
After the Christians refused to renounce Christ and explained to the militants that God wanted them to stay in the area to share the Gospel, the four of them were tortured and crucified in front of a crowd. The ministry leader also explained that the four victims were left to die beside signs that identified them as “infidels.”
But before the four Christians were crucified, the militants cut the fingertips off the boy and forced his father to watch.
“In front of the team leader and relatives in the crowd, the Islamic extremists cut off the fingertips of the boy and severely beat him, telling his father they would stop the torture only if he, the father, returned to Islam,” the Christian
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