ISIS monsters have beheaded four Christian children in Iraq for refusing to convert to Islam, according to a British vicar who fled the country to Israel at the behest of the Archbishop of Canterbury.
Canon Andrew White, aka the ‘vicar of Baghdad’, is a broken man. In a recent appearance on CBN, his face was contorted in pain and sorrow flowed out of every pore as he discussed the plight of the desperate Christians being hunted and massacred by the ISIS Mutants.
White spoke of how ISIS “hounded” Christians out of Iraq, killing them in huge numbers. “They chopped their children in half, they chopped their heads off, and they moved north and it was so terrible what happened,” he trembled.
He related a story of how ISIS “came to one of our people the other day, one of the Christians”.
“They said to one man, an adult, ‘Either you say the words of conversion to Islam or we kill all your children’.
“He was desperate, he said the words. And then he phoned me, and said, ‘Abouna [Father], I said the words, does that mean that Yeshua doesn’t’ love me anymore?’ I said, ‘Yeshua still loves you, he will always love you”.
In a horrifying incident a few days later, ISIS showed up again and and demanded that four children under 15 convert to Islam, but the brave children refused.
According to White, ISIS said, ‘You say the words that you will follow Mohammed’.
But the children said “no, we love Yeshua, we have always loved, we have always followed Yeshua, Yeshua has always been with us.”
ISIS insisted that they say the words, but the children steadfastly refused.
“They chopped all their heads off. How do you respond to that? You just cry,” the heartbroken Vicar said.
But Canon White surely knows that the martyred children are now in the bosom of their beloved Yeshua.
The early Christian martyrs have nothing on these modern young saints.
Canon White said that most of his staff are still in the north of Iraq trying to look after beleaguered and displaced Christians.
Back in August when a lot of the atrocities against the Christians in Northern Iraq were happening, an Iraqi TV host broke down in tears, talking about the crisis.
Also in August, hundreds of Iranian Assyrians protested the brutal killings of Christians and other religious groups in Iraq by the ISIS Mutants in front of the UN building in Tehran, demanding justice and global attention to the plight of Assyrians in Iraq.
Hat tip: Gateway Pundit