Well this is a switch.
An Assyrian Christian beheaded a member of ISIS as an act of vengeance, according to a monitor group.
Some people might view this as a violation of his Christian faith, which prohibits personal revenge. However, this action was taken in the context of war, where the rules are different.
The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights (SOHR) said that the Christian fighter was part of a coalition of Kurdish and Christian forces that have been waging war against the terrorist network.
“He took him prisoner and when he found out he was a member of IS, the Assyrian fighter beheaded him in revenge for the abuses committed by the group in the region,” SOHR chief Rami Abdel Rahman said.
We honestly can’t say that we feel sorry for the ISIS fighter.
About 1,400 Christian families left the region when ISIS took over in February. The terrorist group destroyed churches in the area.
“The majority have been placed with other Assyrian Christian families,” Osama Edward, director of the Stockholm-based Assyrian Human Rights Network, said.
“Most people are afraid to return because they fear that ISIS booby-trapped their houses before fleeing,” he said.
The Christian community in that region is one of the oldest in the world, according to Al Arabiya News.