The United Nations Committee on the Rights of the Child reported that the Islamic extremist organization, ISIS, is killing kidnapped Iraqi children by beheading them, crucifying them, burying them alive, or being sold as sex slaves. Renate Winter, committee expert, said at a briefing, “We are really deeply concerned at torture and murder of those children, especially those belonging to minorities, but not only from minorities.”
ISIS has captured large parts of land in Iraq and Syria during its offensive in 2014 and declared a “caliphate” with strict Sharia law in those captured territories. The U.N. has described the ISIS rule as the “reign of terror” after the group killed thousands, including foreign hostages. Just like we turned our back on what was happening during the Nazi regime (they were wanting the master race), are we turning our backs on Extreme Islamists, whose idea is to spread a caliphate throughout the Middle East?
Barbara Riis-Christensen, Atwater