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Thursday, November 15, 2018

Muslim dad put explosive belts on his daughters (12 & 9), sent them into a church in Indonesia

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The Massacre of Christians on May 13, 2018 is just a small example of the brutal Islamic persecution of Christians throughout the Middle East, Asia and Africa.
Massacre in Indonesia: Muslims blow up three churches.
A family of six bombers, including a child as young as nine, launched attacks at churches in Indonesia on Sunday.
Even the two young daughters had bombs strapped to their waists.
The family’s father carried out one of the attacks by exploding a car bomb, while the man’s two sons, aged 18 and 16, used a motorbike in their attack. Their mother carried out another attack with her two children, aged 12 and nine.
Police blame the bombings on Jemaah Ansharut Daulah, an Islamic State-inspired group that has drawn in hundreds of I.S. sympathizers in Indonesia.
The suicide bombers struck three different churches in Indonesia on Sunday morning, killing at least 10 people and injuring scores more, police say.
The explosions targeted the Santa Maria Catholic Church, the Indonesian Christian Church and the Pentecost Central Church.
Christians are the world’s most persecuted religious group, according to studies
The Islamic persecution of Christians throughout the Middle East, Asia and Africa has become genocide.
Why doesn’t the world seem to care when Christians die?
Why is it that When Christians are murdered and persecuted en masse, no one seems to care — not even other Christians?