Barbarians Celebrate Greek Orthodox Holy Week Kidnapping Archbishops

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Archbishop Kidnapped Boulous Yazigi and Syriac Orthodox bishop Yuhanna Ibrahim

Aleppo, Activists: Today, in celebration of the Greek Orthodox Holy Week, the Wahhibi Sex Jihadists, including barbarians from Chechnya, have kidnapped two members of the Greek Orthodox clergy, who were en route to negotiate release of Syrian civilians from al-Nusra terrorists (check video at the end of this article).

Boulous Yazigi, Archbishop the Greek Orthodox Church of Aleppo, whose brother is John X, the newly elected Patriarch of Antioch and All the East, and Syriac Orthodox bishop Yuhanna Ibrahim of Aleppo, are being held hostage. Their unnamed driver was murdered and his body thrown from the vehicle.

Archbishop Kidnapped Boulous Yazigi and Syriac Orthodox bishop Yuhanna Ibrahim
Archbishop Kidnapped Boulous Yazigi and Syriac Orthodox bishop Yuhanna Ibrahim

In an ironic timing, too perverse to be considered coincidental, George Sabra, a Christian, was today selected as interim head of the mostly Muslim Brotherhood Syrian opposition, located in Qatar.

Sabra replaces Moath “Royal Dutch Shell” Khatib, who resigned for the second time — despite receiving a $4 million villa to house a fake Syrian embassy, from Qatar’s absolute monarch after his first resignation — because NATO has not quite given Syria the Libya treatment.

In his first public comment since his selection, Sabra ignored the kidnappings and murder of his fellow Christians, and instead brayed that Hezbollah is killing Syrians, which of course was immediately reported by Saud-owned al Alarabiya press.

A video released earlier by NATO supported ‘freedom fighters’ in Aleppo, a Chechen terrorist group, showed a number of kidnapped civilians almost naked with their hands tied to their backs in a dark room, speaking Chechen language and threatening to apply their anti-Islam Sharia law on the ‘infidels because they support their state’:

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