By Theodore Shoebat
A Christian man in Egypt named Joseph was kidnapped by seven Muslims who tortured him for two days with starvation, dehydration, and beatings and physiological torture. Joseph recounted the horror he experienced:
They put a gun to my head and in my mouth. I started to pray, “Lord my life is in your hands and I am ready to go when my time is up,” … I call them the 48 hours of death. No food, no water, no light, no sleeping. I was blindfolded that entire time and they kept beating me, punching me in the face, on my shoulder and on my back
The Muslim gunmen demanded an $80,000 ransom, but they eventually settled for $43,000, a huge amount of money that Joseph’s church actually mostly paid, a wonder deed of charity that Joseph is most grateful for:
I had some money in savings, but the rest of the ransom money came from church members. I cannot thank them enough for saving my life
Within the time of Joseph’s captivity, the poor Christian asked his kidnappers why they captured Christians, and their answer was
Christians are weak, they don’t retaliate with violence and they have money
What does such a statement reveal? It reveals that Christians need to get armed and militant.
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