Indonesian Terrorist Murders 4 Christians, Burns Down Church and Christian Homes

SULAWESI, Indonesia (ANS) – International Christian Concern (ICC) www.persecution.org  has learned that on November 27, an alleged terrorist attacked the Salvation Army’s service post in central Sulawesi, before burning down six houses belonging to church members. Four Christians were murdered, with three being butchered.

Around 8:00 a.m., the Lewonu Lembantongoa Service Post, located in Sigi Regency, Central Sulawesi, set up as an outreach effort by the Salvation Army in Indonesia (Bala Keselamatan), was attacked by the alleged terrorist.

He set the church on fire, before attacking Captain Arnianto, Mrs. Mpapa, Lieutenant Abram Kako and his wife, and burning down six houses belonging to church members. Of the four victims, three were hacked to death, while the other was burned.

In the video seen by ICC, the charred victim was pulled from a pile of ruins, with smoke still rising in the background. The fowler position of the body suggests the agony and pain endured by the victim before death.

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SOURCE: Assist News Service