"And I beheld, and heard the voice of one eagle flying through the midst of heaven,
saying with a loud voice: Woe, woe, woe to the inhabitants of the earth....
[Apocalypse (Revelation) 8:13]

Wednesday, November 15, 2017

PERSECUTION: ISIS Group Vows 'Christmas Blood' While Depicting Attack on Vatican

PERSECUTION: ISIS Group Vows 'Christmas Blood' While Depicting Attack on Vatican

A pro-ISIS media group today circulated a poster depicting a vehicle moving toward the Vatican with a cache of weapons, vowing "Christmas blood."
"So wait..." are the only other words on the image from the Wafa' Media Foundation.
The illustration shows the point of view from an unseen driver as his or her BMW approaches St. Peter's Basilica in the evening with an unobstructed view driving down Via della Conciliazione. In the passenger seat: a rifle, a handgun and a backpack. In the rearview mirror, a masked face.

ISIS followers have favored attacks during the holiday season, with the 2015 attack on a San Bernardino County Christmas party by Syed Rizwan Farook and Tashfeen Malik as well as last December's truck attack on the Berlin Christmas market by Anis Amri.
The Wafa' Media Foundation last week released a PR poster titled "The Specter of Terrorism," stating in English, "You will pay very expensive price for your war on Islam." The message added: "We will take revenge for the blood of Muslims on your land, we will kill the young before the older watch this."
The Wafa' posters are circulated largely on Telegram. One recent release was labeled "Manhattan" with a backdrop of burning, crumbling skyscrapers and a semi-truck -- significantly more truck than the flatbed pickup Sayfullo Saipov rented from Home Depot -- and showed a masked, armed jihadist standing before the scene. Whereas this jihadist wielded a rifle, Saipov brandished a paintball gun and a pellet gun -- and had a stun gun in his truck -- before he was shot in the abdomen by a real bullet from an NYPD officer.
"O worshippers of the cross in USA," the poster stated. "Our lone wolves will come to you from where you do not know and we will terrorize you wherever you are and we will show you multitudes of terror and pain that you showed to the Muslims, and what is coming is more bitter and greater."
In early October, Wafa' called for lone wolf attacks in the style of the Las Vegas mass shooting. They also lauded the June 2016 Pulse nightclub shooting after Omar Mateen's attack.
In an August ISIS video showing an attack on a Catholic church in the Philippines, jihadists toppled a large crucifix and stomped on it. They also toppled and smashed statues of Jesus, Mary and saints, tore up photos of Pope Francis and Pope Benedict XVI and set fire to the parish.
One of the jihadists, vowing that "we will make more revenge," held aloft a photo of Pope Francis. "We will be in Rome, inshallah," he says repeatedly before pointing his gun at the pontiff's picture.
The ISIS magazine Rumiyah -- or Rome, reflecting the group's apocalyptic vision and ultimate plans to sack the Vatican -- hasn't published a new issue since September. Their early e-book detailing the Rome conquest strategy predicted mob bosses would put up tough resistance: "There is no doubt that if Muslims want to take over Italy, the Islamic State European fighters will have to ally with other militias to fight the Mafia before the conquest of Rome."

Germany: Two hundred churches damaged and Christian symbols destroyed in just one region

In a rare candid moment, German media reported at least 200 cases of damaged churches in the region of Bavaria alone every year.
In addition, attacks on summit crosses are also increasing in the region’s mountains. Crosses on several mountain tops have been toppled and destroyed with axes or saws.
There’s a growing anger among the indigenous German population over the attacks. Some people think Islamists are behind it.
But the attacks on churches and summit crosses are not isolated cases; for months, attacks on Christian symbols have been reported from several Bavarian cantons.
There have been reports of desecration from Pentecost, Längental and from the “Prinzkopf” which lies between Sylvensteinstausee and Tyrol.
Some repairs of historic churches can cost tens of thousands of euros. It’s an attack on people’s faith and communities suspect there is a religious motive behind it, e.g. Muslim migrants might be trying to sow fear in the population.



  1. Mohammud predicted that the koran shall be preached across the land of Rome

    I too see this come to pass

    After the russian fleet destroys all french naval fleets
    the moslims will rush upon the south of europe
    looting killing raping all along the coasts
    Then they will lead many prisoners women and children
    back to the middle east

    The moslims will come to revive the terrifying gods of the carthaginian

    Whos father made him swear undying hatred for the romans

  2. They're going to kill the heretic Modernist anti-pope for us? Are they doing this for free, or do we owe them something?

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  4. I know that the usurper to the papal throne is in the vatican dressing up as pope, but what saddens me is the fact that if an attack does happen at the Vatican on the most holy day of our Lord's Nativity it will not only be an act of sacrilege (e.g. spilling blood in the hallowed tomb of St. Peter the Apostle) but will also bring with it the deaths of thousands of innocent pilgrims; pilgrims who are well-meaning and who could've been converted to the One True Saving Faith. We should look at them as lost children, deceived and blinded, whom we need to bring back to the fold of Holy Mother Church. Therefore, their death should never be a cause of celebration for us. As for the propagators and leaders of the modernist sect, who deceive and lead souls astray, they will reap what they have sown; God in His Divine Justice will make them pay for the great damage that they have done! I beg Almighty God to spare Rome from literal and physical destruction for the sake of the most holy martyrs interred and venerated in it, the most sacred relics of the blessed apostles Peter and Paul, and for the exaltation and triumph of the Most Holy Catholic Apostolic Roman Church!