Muslims in Iraq kidnapped a Christian pastor and brutally tortured him for one whole week. He actually survived and lived to tell about it, saying:
“They destroyed my car, they blew up my church in front of me. I got shot by AK-47 in my leg. The bullet is still in my leg. And I had been kidnapped for nine days… They smash my nose and my teeth by hammer.”
As we read in one report:
A priest shared to a church in California what he went through when he was detained by jihadists in Iraq in 2006, and said that it’s impossible to be a Christian in the Middle-Eastern country.
“To be Christian in Iraq, it’s an impossible mission,” Father Douglas said, as quoted by Express. “But even so, I’m not actually surprised when they attack my people. I’m surprised how my people are still existing.”
According to the report, the priest was on his way home from a mass in Baghdad when the al-Qaeda conducted the attack. He was there when his church was bombed, after which he was taken as a hostage and was subjected to torture for more than a week.
“They destroyed my car, they blew up my church in front of me. I got shot by AK-47 in my leg. The bullet is still in my leg. And I had been kidnapped for nine days,” he narrated. “They smash my nose and my teeth by hammer. And they broke one of my back discs.”
Father Douglas is now staying in the Northern Kurdish terrirory and works with Christian refugees and displaced people who had no choice but to flee the violence in their homes.
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: