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ISIS's Brutality: Crucifixion of a Catholic Priest

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March 28, 2016
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ISIS Crucifies Catholic Priest

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isis crucifies catholic priest

Father Tom Uzhunnalil[/caption]There are unconfirmed reports today that ISIS has carried through with their threat to crucify a Catholic priest they had kidnapped on March 4.Father Tom Uzhunnalil was kidnapped by ISIS-linked terrorists in Yemen from a retirement home in Aden. 15 people were killed in that attack including four nuns who were shot during the attack.From the Daily Mail:

The Indian Catholic priest kidnapped by ISIS-linked terrorists in Yemen earlier this month was crucified on Good Friday, it has been claimed.

Father Thomas Uzhunnalil, 56, was taken by Islamist gunmen, reportedly linked to ISIS, who attacked an old people's home in Aden, southern Yemen, killing at least 15 people, on March 4.

isis crucifies catholic priest

The terrorists reportedly carried out the heinous murder on Good Friday, after threatening to do so earlier in the week, according to the Archbishop of Vienna.

It was reported last week that several religious groups had received threats that Father Thomas would be crucified on Good Friday, but this was denied by his church in hometown of Bangalore.

However, the Archbishop of Vienna, Christoph Cardinal Schönborn, told a congregation gathered in St. Stephen's Cathedral in the Austrian capital that the priest had been crucified.

Read the rest at Daily Mail.

The U.S. government agencies have not confirmed this report yet and it's not known how the Archbishop was informed of the fate of Father Tom. We will keep you updated as more news becomes available.

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