Christians suffer the most in the Middle East conflicts ... there's no denying that fact. The two sects of Islam, no matter what they are doing to each other right now at the artful manipulation of the anglo nations, still have their fucking book and their allahu akbar shit commonality between them and sooner or later will unite as one. It's the Christians and other minorities who have been and will always remain as outsiders and considered to be arch enemies to the beasts of islam.... always.
There are pics of churches burning in Mosul. Read the rest in Fr.Michael's communication below:
Maria Grizzetti at her blog:
....While the death of Christians is a tragedy that has been ceaseless through the ages, it is not often that we are close to those experiencing it. At least we who live in the free world.
This changed today as I got the following verified communication through friends regarding the current siege of Mosul and the rampant slaughter and destruction ongoing there:
Bad news. I write you in a situation of violence in Mosul that is very critical and even apocalyptic. Most of the inhabitants of the city have already abandoned their houses and fled into the villages and are sleeping in the open without anything to eat or drink. Many thousands of armed men from the Islamic Groups of Da’ash have attacked the city of Mosul for the last two days. They have assassinated adults and children. The bodies have been left in the streets and in the houses by the hundreds, without pity. The regular forces and the army have also fled the city, along with the governor.
In the mosques, they cry “Allah Akbar, long live the Islamic State.” Qaraqosh is overflowing with refugees of all kinds, without food or lodging. The check points and the Kurdish forces are blocking innumerable refugees from entering Kurdistan. What we are living and what we have seen over the last two days is horrible and catastrophic. The priory of Mar Behnam and other churches fell into the hands of the rebels this morning. . . . and now they have come here and entered Qaraqosh five minutes ago, and we are now surrounded and threatened with death . . . . pray for us. I’m sorry that I can’t continue . . . They are not far from our convent . . . .
Don’t reply. . . .
Fr. Najeeb Michaeel o.p
“Fr. Najeeb is an Iraqi Dominican who lived … in Fribourg last year. He works on some unique manuscripts that the Dominicans have in their priories in Iraq. He is a very kind, generous, exemplary Dominican.”
Calvary looks like this today.
The Cross is ever modern. It will triumph over the gates of Hell..........