The Islamic State killed more than 20 Christians when the terror group first captured a Syrian community that the government recently liberated, a church leader revealed Sunday.
At least 230 citizens, including scores of Christians, were kidnapped when ISIS captured the town of Al-Qaryatain in August 2015, Syrian Orthodox Church leader Patriarch Ignatius Aphrem II said. As many as 21 of those Christians were murdered, he told the BBC.
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