Muslims Take Six Men, Put Them Into A Giant Baking Oven And Cook Them Alive, They Then Take Two Hundred And Fifty Small Children, Put Them Into A Giant Dough Kneading Machine And Mash Them To Pieces, They Take Several Hundred More People And Shoot Them All In Mass Executions, They Roam The Streets And Butcher Any Christians They Find
By Theodore Shoebat
Muslims in Iraq, around the area of Adra al-Ummaliya, committed a horrific massacre. They took six men and cooked them alive in a giant oven, they then took 250 small children and forced them into a large dough kneading machine and kneaded them alive; they executed hundreds more and also roamed the streets and butchered any Christians they found. A woman who survived the massacre was interviewed and you can watch it here:
Here is the report:
A Syrian woman has recounted the horrifying details of how Islamic State jihadis killed hundreds of children in her village and executed her son after he refused to deny his faith in Jesus Christ.
During an interview with the Southern California-based human rights group Roads of Success, Syrian mother Alice Assaf, who hails from the Damascus suburb of Adra al-Ummaliya, described how militants aligned with IS came into her town over two years ago and went on a ruthless and barbaric killing spree.
According to Assaf, the militants took over her town around 6 a.m. on a day in which her husband was out of town in Damascus.
“Members of 200 different families were killed right before our eyes,” Assaf said, according to an English translation provided by Roads of Success in a YouTube video. “They shot them. We witnessed the shooting of so many. So I told my children [and thought] it was better for us to die in our own home so that our other family members would know our fate. When we got home, one person said to me, … ‘ISIS is killing Christians.’”
She said the militants first massacred Christians and then went after Syrian army personnel.
But instead of staying in their own home initially, a neighbor offered to let Assaf and her children stay in her house for a night.
“We [stayed] with them for a short time then we decided to run away. I pleaded with a Muslim neighbor to save us in any way possible. He agreed to help me and watched the road for an opportunity to escape but the road was never safe enough,” Assaf explained. “Passersby were systematically killed. So we stayed with our neighbor.”
It was a bit later on that Assaf received news that the militants had massacred at least six men and about 250 children at a nearby bakery.
“Later on, we heard that the militants grabbed six strong men working at the bakery and burned them inside the oven,” she explained. “After that, they caught some 250 kids and kneaded them like dough in the bakery dough machine.”