ISIS' stranglehold on the Middle East continues to get tighter and tighter after it was revealed that their members had murdered Christians by crucifying them.
The Daily Express, who have compared the atrocities being committed by the Islamic State against Christians to the Holocaust by Nazi Germany, have reported that the group's members have forced people in the north east of Syria and in the west of Iraq to either convert to Islam, be exiled, pay a huge rate of tax just because of their beliefs, or be executed.
It's been alleged that Christians in the regions that are being controlled by ISIS have also been beheaded, raped, as well as crucified. Shocking and gory images of these horrifying acts have even been released, but they are too graphic to be uploaded here.
Patrick Sookhdeo, who is the head of the Barnabus Fund, a charity that has already helped to save the lives of dozens of Syrian Christians, has detailed the events that are currently taking place in Syria.
"It's like going back 1,000 years seeing the barbarity that Christians are having to live under," he declared. "I think we are dealing with a group which makes Nazism pale in comparison and I think they have lost all respect for human life."
Sookhdeo continued his strong diatribe by stating, "Crucifying these people is sending a message and they are using forms of killing which they believe have been sanctioned by Sharia law. For them what they are doing is perfectly normal and they don't see a problem with it. It is that religious justification which is so appalling."
It's believed that since the Islamic State started their reign of terror in the region in 2011, Syria's 1.1 million Christians have dwindled down to just 400,000 people.
Sookhdeo and his charity have already found homes for 158 Syrian Christians, who have now taken up residence in Poland. However he insists that more needs to be done.
Meanwhile, 75-year-old German journalist Jurgen Todenhofer has detailed how that the Islamic State plan on murdering millions of people as they try to make their way across the globe.
Todenhofer spent 10 days reporting on the frontline alongside ISIS, and he is now releasing his findings in a new book entitled "Inside IS - Ten Days In The Islamic State," via the Express.
Todenhofer was only allowed to join ISIS for this spell because of his previous writing that has opposed the U.S.' policies in both Afghanistan and Iraq. But his writing made for grim reading, as he insisted that the West are going to struggle to tackle the ever-expanding military group, and that they've already severely underestimated them.
Todenhofer also pointed out that ISIS "plan on killing several hundred million people," before adding, "The west is drastically underestimating the power of ISIS."
Todenhofer continued, "My impressions? That they are much stronger than we here believe. They now control land greater in size than the United Kingdom and are supported by an almost ecstatic enthusiasm the likes of which I've never encountered before in a war zone. Every day hundreds of willing fighters from all over the world come."
Todenhofer also went on to insist that ISIS is "the most brutal and dangerous enemy" he has ever seen in his life, while noting that he doesn't believe that anyone actually has a "real chance to stop them"
Russian President Vladimir Putin and U.S. President Barack Obama are currently embroiled in talks at the U.N. General Assembly to try and figure out a plan to deal with the problems in Syria. On Monday, via NBC News, Putin insisted that these discussions had been "very constructive and surprisingly open."
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