Somalia’s Starving Christians Struggle After Beheading

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Sunday, September 18, 2011 (10:39 am)

By Stefan J. Bos and Joseph DeCaro, BosNewsLife Correspondents

Al-Shabab fighters have killed Christians.

MOGADISHU, SOMALIA (BosNewsLife)–- Hungry minority Christians in Somalia faced another struggle Sunday, September 18, after suspected Islamic militants beheaded a Christian convert and foreign aid workers were banned from reaching a dying population.

Somali Christians and human rights activists confirmed that the body of Juma Nuradin Kamil, a kidnapped Christian who converted from Islam, was found decapitated near the southern town of Hudur on September 2.

He was apparently killed after three suspected members of the Islamic group al-Shabab pushed him into a car, witnesses said.

“Islamic radicals kidnapped a Christian brother and then beheaded him. His decapitated body was discovered” by locals on a street, explained Jonathan Racho, the regional manager for Africa of advocacy group International Christian Concern (ICC).

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4 Replies to “Somalia’s Starving Christians Struggle After Beheading”

  1. Somali Christians in Somalia must be the most persecuted people in the world – even by the standards of persecution of Christians in Muslim countries, their persecuction is of a different malevolent order.

    Pray for Christians in Somalia. They are the real martyrs and saints. May God look after his saints, and punish those who persecute his saints.

  2. The Western World has been taught not to get outraged about anything the MSM ignores, since the MSM is liberal they ignore blacks killing blacks, no matter how horrific the method.

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