A Christian leader in Iraq, Rev. Ibrahim Nseir, recently declared:
“They are destroying our churches, killing and kidnapping Christians, stealing our homes and our businesses.”
As we read in one report:
Christians living in Syria fear their people may soon entirely disappear from the country as persecution from Islamic extremists and devastating civil war show no signs of stopping. “We are facing terrorist action in the whole geography of Syria,” the Rev. Ibrahim Nseir, pastor of the National Evangelical Synod of Syria and Lebanon and the Presbyterian Church in Aleppo, told FoxNews.com from the conflict-torn city. “They are destroying our churches, killing and kidnapping Christians, stealing our homes and our businesses.”
The Christian population in Syria, the region where Christianity began 2,000 years ago, has been reduced by two-thirds since the beginning of the country’s civil war in 2011, from 1.5 million to only 500,000 today. In Raqqa, ISIS’ stronghold, just a dozen Christian families remain, and are forced under threat of execution to convert, pay an “infidel” tax or go into hiding, Fox News notes.
The most horrific persecution of Christians is happening right now. Christians are being killed and tortured in the most demonic and cruel ways you can imagine, and its happening in Mexico. Hundreds of thousands of people slaughtered, countless innocents forced under the yoke of the most horrific and sinister tyranny. But there is hope, for tens of thousands of Christians are raising arms and fighting back. I did a whole documentary on this, called Hell Across The Border, a documentary unlike any other. Watch it, show it to everyone you know, your friends, your family, churches, everyone: