For over 2000 years, Christians all over the world have been persecuted. Brutally murdered in horrific ways simply for their faith. While the media has stayed mostly silent on the topic, their perpetrators have gotten louder and bolder in how and where they spread their message.
ISIS is now recruiting fanatics specifically to eliminate Christians in shopping centers and other areas where they would otherwise be an easy target. One such plan was to take chainsaws and kill as many Christians as they could. Another teen from Verviers, son of a radical Belgian Imam, was arrested after uploading a video calling for the complete elimination of Christians. He told of ISIS plans to recruit “lone wolves” in their region and to also kill Muslims that aren’t “radical” enough.
The city of Verviers use to be a great industrial town that thrived. It has now been reduced to a hub for radical islam.
For the sake of Christians everywhere, let’s hope these people are sent back to where they came from.
In his chanting, the man from Verviers in eastern Belgium, said this about what he hopes Allah will do to Christians, according to the translation provided in the video: “Oh, Allah annihilate the hateful Christians. Oh Allah, kill them all. Do not leave a single one of them.”
According to the Daily Mail, the man didn’t just call for the annihilation of Christians in a video, he told police that there was an Islamic State group plot in the works to slaughter Christians in a shopping center using a chainsaw — something the Islamic State has done before when they used the weapon to publicly execute nine youths by horrifically sawing them in half.
Belgian newspaper ‘La Derniere Heure’ reported that the man in policy custody was the son of Shayh Alami, a well-known, hateful radical imam according to Theo Francken, the Belgian Secretary of State for Asylum and Migration.
Belgian authorities have tried, unsuccessfully, to deport the radical imam and Francken told the newspaper that they were now working on the deportation of both the imam and his son.
“I already signed the order to remove the imam from Belgian soil. But he appealed the decision, so I can only hope for a quick sentence. Clearly radicalism runs in the family,” Francken said.