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ISIS Tortures 12 Year-Old Christian Boy In Front of Father, Then Crucifies Them Both…

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Islamic State animals tortured a 12 year-old Christian boy in front of his father. The devoted Islamists cut off the boy’s fingers. Then ISIS crucified them both.
ChristianAid.org reported, via Sooper Mexican:

The relatives said ISIS militants on Aug. 7 captured the Christian workers in a village whose name is withheld for security reasons. On Aug. 28, the militants asked if they had renounced Islam for Christianity. When the Christians said that they had, the rebels asked if they wanted to return to Islam. The Christians said they would never renounce Christ.

 

The 41-year-old team leader, his young son and two ministry members in their 20s were questioned at one village site where ISIS militants had summoned a crowd. The team leader presided over nine house churches he had helped to establish. His son was two months away from his 13th birthday.

 

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. When the team leader refused, relatives said, the ISIS militants also tortured and beat him and the two other ministry workers. The three men and the boy then met their deaths in crucifixion.

 

“All were badly brutalized and then crucified,” the ministry leader said. “They were left on their crosses for two days. No one was allowed to remove them.”

 

The martyrs died beside signs the ISIS militants had put up identifying them as “infidels.”

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