A Bit On ISIS Marking Christians for Extermination and Expropriation in Iraq

As jihadist Sunni Islamist terrorists from ISIS/ISIL strive to create a sharia inspired Caliphate as they take over territory in Iraq and Syria, they are slaughtering innocent Christians.  

However, even sharia law allows for dhimmitude, second class citizen status for “people of the book” (i.e. Jews and Christians) so long as they pay the jizya tax.  But that is not good enough for ISIS jihadists.  They have taken to mark the buildings of Christian institutions with spray-painted red marks indicating holdouts to exterminate and expropriate.

Spraypainted ISIS Extermination Graffiti on Christian buildings in Mosel, Iraq
“Nun” 14th letter in Arabic alphabet

 The symbol is “Nun”, the 14th letter in the Arabic alphabet.  It is the first letter in the name “Nazara” (or Nazarenes) the way in which Muslims have referred to Christians since the 7th Century. This is intended as a badge of shame for what is perceived as a contemptible and disobedient sect. 

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One thought on “A Bit On ISIS Marking Christians for Extermination and Expropriation in Iraq

  1. I believe the only sane reason why we need to defend the rights of our people in Mosul is by combating these aggressors.. which happen to be Muslims and followers of Islam. We, Catholic don't even care what's the difference between these ISIS and those in authorities in Saudi Arabia cutting off heads or amputate robbers– for us, they are one and the same Muslims and followers of Islam. When these Islamists and Jihadists forced our people to convert to ISLAM, they did not tell them whose version of Islam they should convert to. It is understandably that ISLAM they are forcing our people to convert is the SAME ISLAM that is followed in KSA, Qatar, UAE, Indonesia, Yemen, USA, Philippines, UK, Australia etc… so please stop whitewashing the situation in Iraq. May God bless our brethren and may God bless our persecutors that they may find Christ as the ultimate conqueror of hearts.

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