By on November 23, 2014in Muslim Persecution of Christians
A good before and after photo of St. Ephrem Cathedral — former seat of the Syriac Orthodox Archdiocese — in Mosul. To the right is how it stood before the Islamic State took over in July. To the left is after — with the Cross broken off the cathedral’s dome.
Knowing they suffered from a lack of nicotine, even for a while, gives me some pleasure – just sorry they decided to go against their Quranic teaching and lift their no-smoking ban. And if it’s so easy to change their doctrinal teachings – why don’t they change all the teachings of hatred towards us so-called infidels”…?!