Aug 8, 2014

The Horrific Face of Islam...Murdering Kids in Iraq

My heart has been broken since hearing about the atrocities against children that are being carried out by Muslim extremists in Iraq.

Reports are revealing that Christians are being targeted and murdered...including children.  Christian families are being told to convert to Islam or be killed. 

At a park in Mosul, the heads of children who were murdered were placed on sticks and displayed in a public park.

There are pictures at this link of the atrocities against the children of Iraq.  Warning.  The pictures are extremely graphic.  Please view with discretion.  

Please join me in praying....
  1. For protection for the Christian kids and families in Iraq.
  2. That this will be stopped and the perpetrators will be brought to justice.
  3. That Muslims will turn from the false, evil religion called Islam and find the truth through Christ.

3 comments:

Your post is ignorant and generalizes a faith that is made up of a majority of peaceful and abiding citizens. The atrocities we see and hear about are the acts of savages using religion as an excuse to carry out their political agendas for power and control. They will answer for those crimes and in no way represent the true Islam

Thank you for sharing your thoughts Aamir. I assume from your post that you are Muslim? I understand where you are coming from. I hate when Christians all get lumped together because of the actions of a few. The deeper matter is Jesus. I believe He is the Son of God and the only way to eternal life. John captured this quote from Jesus and wrote it down in John 14:6 - "I am the way, the truth, and the life. No one comes to the Father except through Me." It changed my life when I believed in Him and started a relationship with Him. Consider Jesus' claims. I believe it is the answer to what every person deep down inside longs for.

I come from an Islamic background but more importantly come from a background that respects and loves everyone regardless of faith or belief, this is how I was raised. No prejudice, no hate, no judgement. I respect you underlying intent and desire to bring people closer to your faith. However you must understand that the majority of people that may come across a post like this will apply the literal sense of the word EVIL and your classification of a faith and people being defined as EVIL in a literal capacity. This I don't think is a true reflection of your views and perspective. If you want to bring people in via your faith, you should have posted what you did in your reply message above. There is enough hate in this world, be more responsible and understand that a broader audience has access and represent yourself and views in a manner that is acceptable to the masses.

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