Tuesday, July 30, 2013

Syrian Orthodox Christian bishops kidnapped in April 2013 .... what's happened to them?

Does anybody know  the fate of  Syriac Orthodox Bishop of Aleppo Youhanna Ibrahim and Greek Orthodox Bishop of Aleppo Boulos al-Yaziji?   There are rumors flying around  that they have been killed but  by now we know that propaganda tricks during war are to be expected from all sides concerned in the conflict. 

Below are the rumors at this point in time .... which might possibly become non-rumors when we get the actual truth at a later date... if at all.   If you attempt to read more than two lines of the below, be prepared to be totally confused.  Don't say I didn't warn you !

From TheStarGazette (Google translation) 
After being kidnapped in Syria massacred Yohanna Ibrahim Metropolitan of the Syrian Orthodox Metropolitan Paul Printer Friendly way to Istanbul, Konya was captured three suspected murderer. Being pregnant is one of the three people in Russia, Chechnya and was delivered to the Syrian authorities.
Both Metropolitans killed three suspected Captured SYRIA TURKEY

SYRIA abducted and murdered near the Aleppo Yohanna Ibrahim Metropolitan of the Syrian Orthodox Metropolitan of the printer and murderers Paul was caught in Turkey. Russian, Chechen and Syrian nationals Mogammed A., Ahmad R. Fatim with M., who killed and were killed not a citizen of Turkey, was returned to the scene in the country due to a foreign country. Kidnapped on April 22 near the city of Aleppo in Syria, Hatay, Adana and Mersin is connected to the Patriarchate of Antioch in Damascus Orthodox Church Metropolitan of Aleppo on the Rami (Boris, Paul), the printer and the Syrian Orthodox Metropolitan Gregorios Yohanna Ibrahim of Aleppo perform the execution traces of the security forces of viewing parties reached a massacre.
Those who have not announced orders..........

From HurriyetDailyNews Turkey:
...Three suspects have been detained and released in the Anatolian province of Konya after being suspected of killing Aleppo’s Greek Orthodox Bishop Boulos Yaziji and Syriac Orthodox Bishop Yohanna Ibrahim, who were kidnapped by armed men in Syria.
However, the nephew of the one of the bishops has previously denied rumors his uncle had been killed after the circulation of an undated video showing two Christians, including a bishop, being brutally killed.
Fadi Hurigil, the head of the Antakya Orthodox Church Foundation, also said they were sure that the bishops in the video were not Yaziji or Ibrahim.....

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