When an eighty-year-old Christian woman refused to abandon her faith for Islam, ISIS did the unthinkable. [Graphic photo follows below.]
Instead of accepting her choice, the terrorists made an example out of her by doing something incredibly heinous.
In a village 20 km south east of Mosul in northern Iraq, the so-called Islamic State (IS) militants have burned an Iraqi Christian woman to death.
Sa’ed Mamuzini, representative of the Kurdistan Democratic Party (KDP) office in Mosul, said on Tuesday that the militants burned the 80-year-old Iraqi Christian woman, who was from Kremlis in the Nimrud area of the Hamdaneya sub district, east of Mosul.
Mamuzini said that villagers told him that the woman was killed for failing to comply with the strict laws of the self-proclaimed Islamic State.
A gruesome photo of the execution is circulating on social media.
The vicious act, which took place in May, adds another atrocity to ISIS’ list of crimes against humanity. Such unchecked barbarism in the 21st century begs the question: Are we doing enough to effectively fight the Islamic State? And if not, what needs to be done to prevent these types of things from continuing?