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As the persecution of Christians in the Middle East by Muslims determined to create a caliphate where all non-Muslims are either subjugated or exterminated, ISIS barbarians committed one of their most heinous acts in furtherance of their religion.

After a woman was late paying the “jaziya” tax assessed against all Christians in areas controlled by ISIS, jihadists came to the family home in Mosul to collect.

According to Jacqueline Isaac, a human rights advocate in the area, “They were at her door and they told her ‘you have two choices, you are to leave now or you are to pay the jaziya,’ but when she told them, ‘I will pay, give me a few seconds my daughter is in the shower,’ they lit the house with a torch.”

Although the mother was able to drag her 12-year-old daughter from the burning house, the girl suffered 3rd and 4th degree burns so severe that she died in an area hospital.

In an example of her Christian faith, the girl’s last words as she lay dying in her mother’s arms were, “Forgive them.”

Unbelievably, the monstrous murder was only one of ISIS’s brutal displays of its primitive inhumanity this week, with local news reporting that the terror group executed 25 people accused of being spies for the Iraqi government by slowly lowering them into a vat of nitric acid.

ISIS has also launched a series of bombings in the Iraq capital of Baghdad recently as it fights to maintain control of Ramadi province, even as it has lost control of Ramadi and Hit in Iraq, but continues to hold other important cities including Mosul and Fallujah, as well as Raqqa, Syria, which it considers its capital.

The United Nations said that ISIS attacks on border areas had caused at least 20,000 people to flee camps set up to house people displaced by the violence.

Source: Daily Mail

 

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