Skip to comments.(June 2001) Indonesia: Christians Stabbed In Surprise Attacks;Refugees Continue To Suffer
Posted on 12/31/2004 11:50:24 PM PST by miltonim
Christians Stabbed In Surprise Attacks; Refugees Continue To Suffer
Vicious new tactics are being used to single out and slaughter Christians in Ambon.
Islamic extremist militants, disguised as Christians wearing crosses and carrying Bibles, have been knocking on doors in Christian neighbourhoods offering Bibles for sale.
When a door is opened they hack and slash the occupants of the house to death.
Meanwhile malaria and malnutrition are now widespread amongst Christian refugees in many parts of Maluku.
In at least one Christian village every child and baby is known to be suffering from malaria.
Elsewhere Christian refugee children have died of malnutrition.
In some areas Islamic extremists have set-up roadblocks which are preventing emergency aid from reaching refugees.
One Christian woman selling food to be distributed to refugees has been shot and her body dumped in the sea for selling more to Christians than Muslims.
Some forty Christian families, over 200 people, are returning to the island of Teor, from where they were evacuated in January after Islamic extremists forcibly circumcised and violently compelled them to convert to Islam.
I dont really think this matters anymore, especially on the West coast of Indonesia (in reference to the Banda Aceh thread)....
From what I've read in the past this scum has been trained to do this. Not surprised to see it happening.
Isn't Satan notorious for working his evil by disguising himself as good? Seems like these Islamists are doing the same. Coincidence? Hmmmm.
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Ruling Taliban say they are dispatching 300,000 fighters to defend Afghanistan's borders. United Nations says Taliban threaten to kill U.N. relief workers in Afghanistan.
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Genital mutilation is not "forcibly circumcise". A big difference by these monsters.
The article you posted is over 3 and half years old. Many things have happened since then. The area mentioned in the article in Maluku has stabilized a lot since those dark days. All of the groups in Maluku came together to seek out a peaceful outcome a few years ago now. The people of the area don't need any more violence.