By Theodore Shoebat
Muslims in Syria took a young Christian boy and executed him by shooting him to death. As we read in one recent report:
Everyday life of Christians in Syrian is tragic. As agencies inform, recently bishop Gregorios Yohanna Ibrahim, the superior of the Orthodox Church in Aleppo, and bishop Boulos Yazigi, the superior of the Greek Orthodox Church there, were kidnapped by armed bandits, when they had set off with humanitarian help to their believers.
Western media describe tragic cases of violence in Syrian cities. Rebels do not save even children. There is a known example of shooting dead a Christian boy, and, on the downside, the crime was filmed by culprits, so that it could be used on Internet as a propaganda material accusing representatives of the governmental party of the tragedy.
There is also a tragic situation of war prisoners. Insurgents imprisoned one of them and kept him in captivity for a long time, asking him every day: how would you like to die? We will let you choose a way of execution. Although they let the victim free later, he experienced nervous breakdown completely.