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MONDAY, JUL 28, 2014  |  5 comments
ISIS Crucifies 8 Christians in Syria for Apostasy From Islam
We have received independent confirmation from our sources inside Syria that these men were former Muslims that had converted to Christianity. They were not ‘..rebel fighters from a rival faction..’ as many news outlets are reporting.

Each of the 8 men were charged with the crime of apostasy for renouncing Islam and converting to Christianity. When confronted by the ISIS members, they refused to “revert” to Islam.

This is the “only” reason they were crucified. According to Islamic jurisprudence, crucifixion is a method of death reserved for Christians. They do not crucify other Muslims. ...


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News Item7/28/14 12:26 PM
Jessica Dawson | Canada  Find all comments by Jessica Dawson
Christopher000 wrote:
Oh boy. Before anyone condems me for saying how horrific this is and I should be glad they suffered for Christ, etc, like as what's happened in the past, I'd like to take note of the pain, suffering, and emotional anguish that these people endured. Just imagine being scorned and beaten. Just imagine being told you are going to be crucified alive and the emotional exhaustion as the day approaches and finally arrives. Imagine the human fear as the cell door opens and you're led to the slaughter. You see the cross of wood laying on the ground and you scream in horror as they force you down onto it and secure your hands and legs. Then, fully conscious, hammers begin pounding nails through your flesh as.you scream from pain you never thought possible. The nails are in but the screaming intensifies as the cross is raised and the nails stretch the flesh and bones.
Yikes. I always think about what Christ must have endured but I can't really grasp it. These people went to their deaths in triumph; refusing to renounce Christ and I wonder how many would remain that strong in todays church.
Amen & amen
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News Item7/28/14 10:21 AM
Dolores | Texas  Find all comments by Dolores
Penned, good post and helps me to really see what's going on here. All I see is how evil they are that do these things and so your posts can be an eye opener in what's going on behind the scenes. Like Phil Harvey used to say, "now you know the rest of the story." Christropher, you should have been a writer because you take us to the heart of the matter and we get an insight into the pain and suffering of it all. The rejoicing comes in knowing they are now with their Saviour. Death, Jesus said, was the last enemy to be destroyed by His own death. You know, we are not facing this yet but we do we will be given the strengh and grace to face it and be at peace. We have not been given the strenght today for tomorrow's pain and troubles. When I faced cancer surgery, I had a peace that settled over me that I was going to get through this and God was there with me. If I died, I was going to be with Him but I felt I was going to live, He still had a work for me to do. That was July27,2004. Had I been told in 2000 that I was going to be facing cancer in 2004, I would have been frightened wondering about what all I would have to go through. I still had some anxiety at every check-up but that's normal reaction and I never lost that peace.
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pennned  Find all comments by pennned
the "organized" church has stood by and watched the "freedom fighters" wipe out Syrian and Iraqi Christians. They have promoted destroying the regimes that were protective. And because it would look bad to criticize, has remained silent. now her own borders are open and they have not learned how globalism works to disrupt societies to acquire power, resources, etc. Even now they rest in the fact that they have promoted these wars to get Jesus to rapture them, even as their own country has lost its way. The love of the brethren waxed cold, as believers faced their beheadings and wanderings in foreign lands. May Christ have mercy on us.
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News Item7/28/14 6:54 AM
Christopher000 | Rhode Island  Find all comments by Christopher000
Oh boy. Before anyone condems me for saying how horrific this is and I should be glad they suffered for Christ, etc, like as what's happened in the past, I'd like to take note of the pain, suffering, and emotional anguish that these people endured. Just imagine being scorned and beaten. Just imagine being told you are going to be crucified alive and the emotional exhaustion as the day approaches and finally arrives. Imagine the human fear as the cell door opens and you're led to the slaughter. You see the cross of wood laying on the ground and you scream in horror as they force you down onto it and secure your hands and legs. Then, fully conscious, hammers begin pounding nails through your flesh as.you scream from pain you never thought possible. The nails are in but the screaming intensifies as the cross is raised and the nails stretch the flesh and bones.
Yikes. I always think about what Christ must have endured but I can't really grasp it. These people went to their deaths in triumph; refusing to renounce Christ and I wonder how many would remain that strong in todays church.
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