ISIS torches 1,200 yr-old Mosul church, ethnically cleanses Christians

Says Kurt Nimmo, Infowars.com and author of this report, “ISIS is persecuting Christians in much the same the Nazis persecuted the Jews”.

Here’s the lastest news from Iraq, where al-Qaeda have transformed into ISIS and which is funded by the U.S. and NATO.

In the video below the written dialog that is part of the interview of Dr. Stan Monteith by Alex Jones, also of Infowars.com, the ISIS are shown slaughtering Christians, large parts the Iraq army forces that had give up their fight, and destroying the 1.200 year old Mosul church in Iraq.

Kurt Nimmo’s report follows.
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Christians face death, rape, confiscation of property in Iraq.

ISIS torches 1,200 yr-old Mosul church, ethnically cleanses Christians

The Islamic State, formerly ISIS, has burned the Syriac Catholic Diocese in Mosul to the ground, according to the Chaldean, Assyrian and Syriac website Ankawa4all.com and the Chaldean Catholic Patriarch Louis Sako.

Earlier this month members of ISIS took sledge hammers to the tomb of the biblical prophet Jonah in Mosul.

Thousands of Christian Iraqis fled the city after ISIS ordered them to either convert to Islam, pay a special tax or leave. The deadline for the order was Saturday.

Al Arabiya reported on Sunday many Christians evacuated the city on Friday and is not clear if any remained after the deadline.

“Christian families are on their way to Dohuk and Arbil” in the nearby autonomous region of Kurdistan. “For the first time in the history of Iraq, Mosul is now empty of Christians,” said the Patriarch Sako.

“When this goes on like this, Mosul soon will be emptied of Christians,” a source for the World Watch Monitor in Iraq said last month. “This could be the last migration of Christians from Mosul.”

Since the U.S. invaded Iraq in 2003 around half a million Christian Iraqis have fled the country. Radical Islamists have burned churches, destroyed monuments, killed clergymen and persecuted Christians.

Mosul has long been one of Iraq’s principal Christian centers. Iraq hosts one of the oldest Christian communities in the world and the faith has existed in the Mosul area for nearly 2,000 years.

“Those clinging on in Iraq face forced conversion to Islam, torture, kidnap, the seizure of homes and property, rape and murder. An unknown number of churches and monasteries have been destroyed,” writes Penny Young, reporting for History Today.

Kurt Nimmo
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Alex Jones follows with his interview of Dr. Stan Monteith, a well-known medical doctor from California and fifty-two year veteran in the fight for liberty.  The interview is played out in a 22 minute interview, which may seen by clicking your mouse on this link.

Monteith spends five out of seven weekdays on the  air broadcasting intelligent, well thought out information on our state of awareness and lastest, thoroughy analyzed news.

Along with other news from deceased and yet alive patriots, this is the bright side that makes the public of fully aware of the scandelous lack of knowledge possessed by it on the true nature of the horrendous conspiracy to take our freedom.
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The written dialog and video interview may seen by moving your mouse over this link.  Then depress the button on the mouse until the flow of data starts.

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