ISIS ‘Systematically Beheading’ Children In Iraq

ISIS ‘Systematically Beheading’ Children In Iraq

A prominent Christian leader of the Chaldean community unveiled the “systematic beheading of children” and other horrendous crimes committed by ISIS. He said that the Sunni extremists are committing genocide against Christians in Iraq and with the aim to instill the Sharia Law as the law of the land.

In the interview with CNN’s Jonathan Mann, Chaldean-American businessman Mark Arabo said that the “world hasn’t seen an evil like this for generations.”

“There is a park in Mosul, where [ISIS] they actually beheaded children and put their heads on a stick and have them in the park,” he explained. “More children are getting beheaded, mothers are getting raped and killed, and fathers are being hung.”

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5 thoughts on “ISIS ‘Systematically Beheading’ Children In Iraq

  1. Sometimes, it seems so weird to hear these days about names of peoples/places we read of in the Bible…Chaldeans, Damascus (in the news concerning Syria), etc. compared to being kinda oblivious to them when I was a kid. Anyway, this current Iraqi news is so sad and almost overwhelming on its own. And then there’s more, in many places. God help us.

  2. In the news today, reports of a 7 year old child (born in Sydney) holding a severed head in a photo taken either in Iraq or Syria. Posted to his dad’s website with the caption “That’s my boy”.

  3. That’s exactly what I was thinking of today… not that exact story, but the fact generally that so many “westerners” are said to be joining up. How does that make any sense? Why would they do that? What is in it that they relate to and are comfortable with and want to spread and impose (putting it overly mildly )?

  4. I’m a little off-topic now, but I recently was having a conversation with someone about Gaza and the fact schools over there aren’t like here; Hamas has missiles and stuff stored in some of them. This person was insisting Israel was going about things wrong, and said, “I know one thing; I know a six-year-old kid didn’t shoot a missile.” I told him I don’t know that (although I felt I was sort of “pushing it” with such a comment). I wouldn’t characterize all kids there that way and do think all the casualties are tragic, but it was scary to see marches in Gaza with boys on their father’s shoulders holding up one finger and chanting and then see the terrorists in Iraq caravanning along also holding one finger up and yelling.

  5. The American adults now being beheaded for “show” (and recruitment of psychopaths) have been referred to as witnesses officially here. They are journalists, non-combative observers and communicators, and I DO regard them as martyrs (the same word in Greek if I recall correctly).

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