FROM HEAVEN TO EARTH
COUNT THE DAYS
COUNT THE DAYS THAT THE ETERNAL FATHER HAS ESTABLISHED TO RESTORE WITH JUSTICE ORDER, HARMONY AND PEACE ON EARTH.
THE MULTITUDE FOLLOWER OF THE POWERFUL PEOPLE OF THE EARTH AND THEIR MASTER THE ANTICHRIST, SON OF SATAN, WILL BE CHAINED AND THROWN IN THE ABYSS.
THE CHILDREN, LITTLE SONS OF GOD, THE GOOD AND THE RIGHTEOUS ONES CAN FINALLY SAVOR THE JOY, THE SCENT OF A MOTHER EARTH LIBERATED FROM THE TYRANT THAT HAS LASHED IT TO DEATH FOR CENTURIES AND CENTURIES.
COUNT THE DAYS!
YOU THAT TORTURE AND KILL CHILDREN (Matthew, Ch. 18 ? 5,7) .
I REMIND YOU WHAT WAS TOLD BY THE SON OF GOD.
COUNT THE DAYS!
YOUR END IS COMING!
AN END THAT WILL START A TIME ALMOST ETERNAL FROM WHICH YOU CAN NOT ESCAPE:
THE SECOND DEATH (REV, CHAP. 20) .
COUNT THE DAYS, SONS OF EVIL!
PEACE ON EARTH TO MEN OF GOOD WILL.
FROM HEAVEN TO EARTH
San Giovanni di Polcenigo-PN (Italy)
23rd August 2016. 7:00 P.m.
Using children as weapons of terror
August 22, 2016
The suicide attacker who detonated his explosives amid an outdoor Kurdish wedding party in southeastern Turkey, killing at least 51 people, was an ISIL group child as young as 12 years old. The extremist group has a history of using children as weapons, sending them to their death strapped with explosives and putting them on front lines in Iraq and Syria.
The group maintains an army of child soldiers, which it calls ?cubs of the caliphate,? and seeks to re-educate children at ISIL-run schools, indoctrinating them with the group?s own radical version of Islam and exposing them to violent acts, including beheadings, as part of a concerted effort to build a new generation of militants. ISIL videos have shown boys killing ISIL opponents through beheadings and shootings.
But the practice is not restricted to the ISIL and has been used by other militant groups. Here?s a look at some:
The group has deployed child suicide bombers to stage attacks in both Iraq and Syria. Among the most deadly attacks was a bombing at a youth soccer game at a stadium south of Baghdad on March 25, 2016. A bomber ? believed be a teenager ? detonated his explosives as officials were handing out trophies to players after the tournament, killing 29 and wounding 60. ISIL claimed responsibility and released a photo of the attacker in which he appears to be no more than 16 years old. Nearly half of those killed were also children, participating in the soccer game or cheering from the stands. The U.N.?s children?s agency, UNICEF, said in a recent report that thousands of children have been abducted in Iraq. Girls, the group says, are at greatest risk of being sold into sexual slavery while boys are often forced into becoming combatants or suicide bombers.
Human Rights groups and UNICEF report a dramatic increase in Boko Haram?s use of children as suicide bombers. In a report earlier this year, UNICEF said one in five suicide attacks claimed by the militant group across Nigeria, Cameroon and Chad are now carried out by children. In Nigeria, Human Rights Watch said that since Boko Haram began its attacks in 2009, it has recruited hundred, and possibly thousands, of youngsters and used dozens, mostly girls, as suicide bombers.
The global terror network has a history of recruiting children and training them to be suicide bombers. The leader of al-Qaida in Iraq, Abu Musab al-Zarqawi, used teenagers as suicide bombers to fight the American occupation in Iraq before he was killed in a U.S. airstrike in 2006. Al-Qaida in Iraq eventually developed into what today is the Islamic State group.
RADICAL PALESTINIAN GROUPS
Hamas, Islamic Jihad and other militant groups run summer camps that seek to indoctrinate Palestinian children with violent anti-Israel ideologies. These groups have not sent young children on suicide missions, though during the second Palestinian uprising in the early 2000s, several Palestinians as young as 16 carried out suicide bombings. In the current, months-long wave of violence, dozens of Palestinian teenagers have carried out or been accused of carrying out stabbing attacks on Israelis, with the youngest perpetrator just 11 years old. The attackers are believed to have acted individually and were not sent by organized groups.
In Yemen, home to one of the world?s most heavily armed civilian population, boys often learn how to handle weapons from an early age. In the country?s current conflict, irregular forces from both the pro-government and rebel sides have incorporated teenagers into their ranks.
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