“I will say to the Lord, “My refuge and my fortress, my God, in whom I trust.” For he will deliver you from the snare of the fowler and from the deadly pestilence. He will cover you with his pinions, and under his wings you will find refuge.” (Psalms 91:2-4)
In one of the more horrific tactics yet employed by the radical Muslim terror group, ISIS is sending out hit squads to murder Christian refugees in Syrian refugee camps.
According to a former Islamic State jihadi, the strategy is part of a larger plan to wipe out Christianity from the region. The jihadi was sent to one of the refugee camps as part of an ISIS murder squad, but changed his mind about his mission.
The group has struck fear into the hearts of the refugees to the point where witnesses are too scared to come forward and report what they have seen. One aid worker, quoted by the Sunday Express, said, “They’re like a mafia. People are even killed inside the camps, and the refugees are afraid to say if they saw somebody get killed. If you ask them, they’ll say, ‘I don’t know, I was asleep.’ “
The aid worker was quoted as having said, “The camps are dangerous because they have ISIS as well as Iraqi and Syrian militias. It’s another place for gangs. They’re killing inside the camps, and they’re buying and selling women and even girls.”
ISIS radicals have been infiltrating the refugee camps for months in the hopes of getting into European or other foreign countries so that they can carry out attacks and bring the ISIS ideology abroad. On their way, they commit attacks and even organize the sales of sex slaves back into their own territory.
According to Lebanese Education Minister Elias Bou Saab, who interviewed with the UK newspaper The Mirror, an estimated 20,000 Islamic State radicals had infiltrated the Syrian refugee camps and were planning to get into Europe with the stream of refugees.
Saab told reporters, “My gut feeling is they are facilitating such an operation. To go to Europe and other places . . . From Turkey to Greece.” He added, “You may have, let’s say, 2% that could be radicals. That is more than enough. We have had that also with our camps here – you find 2-3% of them.”
ISIS is believed to have executed thousands of Christians in Iraq and Syria who have refused to renounce their faith. When the terror group conquered the city of Mosul in northern Iraq in 2014, it gave Christians 24 hours to either leave or face a gruesome death.