By Theodore Shoebat
ISIS just kidnapped three Christians, Bekhit Nageh Efrank Ebeid, from Egypt, and two Christians from Ghana named Sekyere Kofi Frimpong and Aedola Ibrahim. Here are the pictures that just got released of their ID and their captivity:
According to one report:
Islamic State has kidnapped three African Christians in eastern Libya, the extremist group said, publishing their passport pictures.
The men come from Egypt, Nigeria and Ghana, Islamic State said in a statement on social media, without elaborating.
The kidnapping took place in Noufliyah, an Islamic State stronghold southeast of the city of Sirte, said a resident, asking not to be named.
Mohamed El Hejazi, a military spokesman loyal to the internationally recognized government based in the east, also said the abduction happened in the small town.
The militant group has expanded in the North African country by exploiting chaos and a security vacuum like it did in Iraq and Syria.
Islamic State militants have beheaded dozens and attacked foreign missions in Tripoli, while also fighting forces loyal to Libya’s two government.
The official government has been based in the east since losing control of the capital Tripoli a year ago when a rival group called Libya Dawn seized it, setting up its own parliament and government.
No matter what happens, these Christians will be victorious; either they will be freed — and if so, it only means God’s plan for them is not done on earth yet — or they will be martyred, and with this they will only be given a crown more royal than any temporal titles.