VIDEO: Five Muslims In England Take American Man, And Brutally And Horrifically Torture Him

By Theodore Shoebat

Five Muslims attacked a 23 year old American man in England, and brutally and horrifically tortured him with punches, kicks, and a glass bottle. I did a whole video on this beating with footage of the attack:

U.S. student Francesco Hounye, 23, beaten by Muslims

U.S. student Francesco Hounye, 23, beaten by Muslims

Here are the pictures of the savage heathens:

Shahdat Hussain

Shahdat Hussain

Masoom Rahman,

Masoom Rahman,

Kamrul Hussain

Kamrul Hussain

Shaleem Uddin

Shaleem Uddin

More and more stories like this will happen. Why? Because Christianity is not the supreme religion; God has been asked to step down as the head of the nation, and become an equal to Satan. Allah is Satan, and we are told that Christianity must be made to be treated equally to the religions of the devil. St. Paul said: “the things which the Gentiles sacrifice, they sacrifice to devils, and not to God” (1 Corinthians 10:20), so why are devils being treated as equal to the God of the Bible.

Religious liberty is the greatest disease that we have ever allowed to the society, and Islam and modernism are merely symptoms to this disease of religious equality. There used to be a time when the Church dominated the West, and ruled the West, and yet here we are saying that the Church should be treated as no different than the sick cults that we have allowed into the society.

Peter walked on the water, but when he lost faith in Christ, out of fear of the tumultuous storm, he sunk. It is then when the Church will cry out, “Lord, save me!” that Christ will stretch out his hand and catch it up. (Matthew 14:30-31)

The boat of Peter is tossed to and fro in the wild winds of the storm, and even Christ sleep within its stem, it does not sink into the waves, and nor is the faith of the Church suppose to submerge into the waters of faithlessness, “because even the wind and the sea obey Him!” (Mark 4:41) The Church, founded upon Christ, is the house that is unshaken, of which Christ said, “the rain descended, the floods came, and the winds blew and beat on that house; and it did not fall, for it was founded on the rock.” (Matthew 7:25) And “that Rock was Christ.” (1 Corinthians 10:4)

But what is the eternal meaning behind this beautiful story? The water upon which Peter walked represented nations. Hence the angel tells John,

The waters which thou sawest, where the whore sitteth, are peoples, and multitudes, and nations, and tongues. (Revelation 17:15)

St. Peter is the one to whom Christ declared: “you are Peter, and on this rock I will build My church, and the gates of Hades shall not prevail against it. And I will give you the keys of the kingdom of heaven, and whatever you bind on earth will be bound in heaven, and whatever you loose on earth will be loosed in heaven.” (Matthew 16:18-19). Since Peter is the head of the Church, and he is walking upon water, which was a symbol of nations, then the story of St. Peter walking on water is a prophetic moment that says that Church can and should rule the nations.

But, when Peter sees the storms — that is, the rage of nations — he becomes fearful and sinks. So what does this mean? The Church, as long as it has faith, can rule the nations, but as soon as it looses faith in Christ, and allows the world (the storms) to dictate its faith, then it will sink and become ruled by the nations.

Let us rise above the waters of the world, and rule the nations.

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  • Julie LaBrecque

    Simon ‘Bar-Jonah’: Jesus was cryptically foretelling that Simon, like Jonah, would go to the capital of the pagans to preach to them and convert them, as was foretold in Daniel 2:44-45/7:26-27, the very kingdom that persecuted the saints would be the kingdom that the saints would inherit and rule, and true to Daniel 2:35, it became a great mountain and filled the whole earth.

  • Julie LaBrecque

    What ‘other’ church has such miracles?

    • Higlac

      Try Orthodoxy!! Some Protestants also are credited with miracles…

      Either way, it’s Christianity and its parent Judaism that have the miracles – NOT Islam, Buddhism, Hinduism, &c….

      • Julie LaBrecque

        Do you know if they have any Eucharistic miracles? I would love to study them.

        • Higlac

          I’m unaware thereof, alas. Perhaps you may be able to research it yourself, maybe with “Grandmère’s” help?

          My fault perhaps, but for me miracles are what really deliver lives (both human and animal plus plant) and objects from trouble (including impairment or handicaps) or destruction – and in this regard, Orthodoxy is definitely quite rich!!

          • Julie LaBrecque

            Maybe Rudy or Steve will jump in here to help, I think Grandmere is Anglican.

          • Higlac

            It was my impression that “Grandmère” was an Anglican who had converted to – or was converting to – Orthodoxy. If I’m wrong, I apologise.

            Yes, if Rudy and/or Steve get involved, it would be very welcome.

          • I’ll jump in briefly, as I’m traveling, but for the first 1,000 years, we shared what are termed Eucharistic miracles. From Orthodox theology, the Eucharist itself is a miracle. All miracles are done in the context of the Church itself. Still, we have a rough correlation, though maybe it’s simply more expansive. We generally don’t point to singular events, but it’s good that our Roman friends do. It gives one pause to focus on that event and see how God intervenes in our lives, especially when our needs are dire.

  • Owen Schumacher

    Ted, to further your metaphor, when Peter sinks in the waters, he becomes OF the nations, i.e. he compromises and yields to the people’s influence. So, which will it be—OF or ABOVE? When Peter’s faith is strong, he stands above, rules and guides. When his faith wavers, he plays footsie with left politicians, environmentalists and Islam. Sink or swim, Peter. 😉

    • susan

      Dummie me..And here I thought he was drowning when he took his eyes off of Jesus and put his eyes on the storm. My weakness comes as no surprise to Jesus…to me, yes. What a wonderful teacher our Savior is. 🙂

      • Julie LaBrecque

        I interpret it as you do: keep your eyes/ears on Christ and not on the troubles of the world: Christ will deliver.

        • dovari

          “Christ will deliver”
          ** AMEN **

      • Owen Schumacher

        Yes, Susan, that reading is definitely there too. God is an infinite God, and there are many layers to the Bible. In the Jewish tradition, there are four ways to read: Translated from the Hebrew, they are 1. “surface,” 2. “hints,” 3. “seek” and 4. “bone,” as in “bone-deep.” I think Ted might be in “bone” territory. 🙂 http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pardes_%28Jewish_exegesis%29

  • susan

    I’m going to reflect on this bit of Theo-logic several times. I’m recuperating from a brown recluse spider bite..so I can take my time. How horrific for this innocent man to be randomly attacked by these Muslims. May he have a speedy recovery. I often get slapped down with the phrase “thou shalt not judge” I’m not familiar with that brief declaration. Jesus wants us to see clearly before we begin pulling specks out of our brothers eye, not that we just leave it in. We need to be able to distinguish between good and evil.
    I can’t wait for the book Ted. Do you have a date yet? Thank you!

    • Julie LaBrecque

      I’m anxious for the book as well! Good luck with the brown-recluse bite, hope it doesn’t eat too much flesh.

    • Grandmere

      I am sorry to hear about that bite. I am praying for you.

    • RodK1975

      Yes, we’re praying for your bite, Susan!

    • koolmom21

      I am so sorry to hear you were bitten by a brown recluse. I will pray for you. God’s blessings for a fast recovery!

    • j7h

      Yikes, Susan. I pray you don’t lose much flesh around d the bite. May you fully recover.

    • Kamau40

      We will besure to get a copy when he publish the book, which should be very soon. I cannot wait.

    • Prayers for you to heal quickly, Susan. We have issues locally with both brown recluses and rattlers.

  • Higlac

    I don’t think Our Lord Thinks in terms of competitions between branches and/or denominations, as that’s in other words a spirit of envy. Is not envy one of the Seven Deadly Sins?

    Besides, He Is the One Doing the Miracles – NOT Mankind!!!

  • Jeff Benton

    Well if they do that, I can only suggest they learn to read, so they will know what I wrote, instead of what they THINK I wrote… At no time in my post do you see me tell anyone to pray in the traditional manner while in dangerous territory… So perhaps they will, instead of bowing their heads and closing their eyes in traditional prayer while they are about to be pounced upon by wickedness, see what I really said was to have your heart and mind set on God in a walking prayer…
    Now, the ones that can read what I wrote, instead of what they THINK I wrote, can easily spot the difference, and may actually pause and say “Hmmm, I wonder what he means by that?” therefore beginning a search which not only draws them closer to God, but also allows them to become hyperaware of their surroundings….
    And brother… Those are not just my beliefs… they actually work in real life situations, which has been proven time and time again to me, when following the will of God to the best of my ability…
    I have also been on the other end of the spectrum too, wherein my face has swollen to twice the size of what you see in the picture of that poor fellow, with much more blood… At that time I was nowhere near a follower of Jesus Christ…
    So coming from both sides I have experience…

    Choose to read what you think I write at your own peril, but do not place the blame or grace of any outcome on me… Ever…
    Thanks Brother 🙂 🙂 🙂

  • Jeff Benton

    That comes from experience… And the only way that I know to get there is by trial and experimentation… You need to learn to quiet your mind at some point too… It was most definitely God, and more specifically Jesus Christ that pulled me through those situations…
    Nothing I can ever say will lead you to believe that though…
    I can tell you all the stories of my experiences till I am blue in the face… but the fact is, if you don’t believe what is written already, then even if the dead came back and told you the truth, then you would still not believe… Just as Jesus Christ has already plainly told us….
    The best hope for anyone with doubts, is to truly seek with all your heart mind and soul…
    Again… All I can tell you is that I know for a fact that it was Him that pulled me through those hairy situations…
    Why would you believe someone who told you on the internet that they had been awakened by God from a hard sleep, and instantly knew that people who were dangerous to them were about to show up in the middle of the night to possibly cause harm to them or their loved ones… And not only knew that, but knew how many, and how many were guys and how many were girls, how many minutes we had before they got there, and what I needed to do in accordance with my Kings wishes…
    And not just that one time, but repeatedly over the course of many years…
    And that is just one type of thing… there are many more with much variance….
    All of them were and are improvable to peeps… So why should I try…
    You will either be interested and drawn to Jesus Christ, or you will not…
    So either seek or scoff…
    All I can tell you is that if you truly seek, you will find… If you half heartedly seek with your mind still on the things you want, you will not find…
    The path I took is not easy, and it is probably best if you do not seek Him if you cant take pain… For giving up everything in this life is NOT easy… Ignorance is bliss… And without Him calling you it just will not work…
    One of the many hard parts is recognizing His voice… Recognizing His call… It is there for all, It is hard to spot though once you have become set in this old worlds ways…
    So like I said… Seek or Scoff… Either option does not affect me one iota…
    God Bless ya in your search 🙂 🙂 🙂