ISIS may execute Indian priest kidnapped in Yemen on Good Friday

New Delhi, Mar 25: An Indian Catholic priest reportedly being held captive by the Islamic State (ISIS) is likely to be crucified by the militants on Good Friday, media reported.

If rumours are to be believed, Father Tom Uzhunnalil, a native of Kottayam, missing since an attack at a care home in Aden earlier this month, will be crucified on Good Friday, which is on March 25.

ISIS may execute Indian priest

Uzhunnalil was serving as a chaplain at the Missionaries of Charityrun, an organisation established by Mother Teresa.

At least 16 people including an Indian nun were killed when a group of terrorists stormed the care home run and sprayed bullets at the residents on March 4.

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The charity house was home to around 80 people.

Missionaries of Charity nuns also came under attack in Yemen in 1998 when gunmen killed three nuns in the Red Sea port city of Hodeida.

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