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ISIS continues attack on Christians, beheads women and children


ISIS continues attack on Christians
Baghdad, Aug 8: The Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS) is continuing to take over many cities in Iraq and also continues to attack innocent civilians.

If reports are to be believed the ISIS continues its attack on Christians living in Iraq. According to an interview to the CNN (watch here), Chaldean-American businessman Mark Arabo said that the 'ISIS was beheading children, their mothers and fathers in Iraq.'

Arabo added that the militants would behead the children, rape the mothers and hang the fathers. He said: "There is a park in Mosul where the ISIS beheads the children and puts their head on a stick and have them in the park." "They are systematically beheading children and mothers," he said.

With such gruesome details emerging, there are many photographs that are doing the rounds on the internet where ISIS militants are seen holding the heads of the people after they are beheaded.

Arabo said that many Christians have fled while a small fraction of them have converted. "This is a genocide in every sense. They (ISIS) are killing every Christian they see," he said.

ISIS militants have even threatened the Christian community living in Iraq and so far has bombed six churches so far.

OneIndia News

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