By Theodore Shoebat
Two sisters in Iraq were killed when Muslims pulled them out of their executed them. They also executed the Muslim who was with them was also murdered because he was in the presence of Christians. Juliana Taimoorazy, Founder and President of Iraqi Christian Relief Council, recounted the story, and it was rendered in the following:
“I can tell you a horrific story,” Taimoorazy offers as our last few minutes, and miles, tick away. In 2004, two Christian sisters were headed home from their work on a protected base in Baghdad to prepare for a wedding. Abruptly, their taxi was skidded to a stop by ISIS militants. The cab driver was spared, but both women and their Muslim companion were shot dead, the latter simply because he had touched a Christian. Afterwards, these sisters’ devastated mother came to collect their remains from the hospital, only to discover hallways “packed with Christian bodies.” From this woman’s family of seven, only three members survived.