Friday, December 5, 2014

ISIS militants keep their prisoners in churches

Places of prayer are becoming prisons in Mosul
ISIS fighters stand guard in Mosul in this file photo from June.
(Photo: Reuters / CNS)
Reports show ISIS is using some churches and monasteries as prisons. Rebwar Audish Basa, procurator of the Order of St. Anthony sant'Ormisada of the Chaldeans, is very worried.
"A possible military offensive for the liberation of Mosul could inevitably lead to consider churches as targets to hit, since they have become logistic bases of the jihadists."
Read the full article here.

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