Video footage of grisly human slaughterhouses is making its way around the Internet, proving that horrible crimes are being committed against Christians.
Slaughterhouses have been discovered in Albania, Syria and the Balkans where prisoners, primarily Christians, have been slaughtered for their organs, according to Shoebat.
The victims have reportedly been alive while they are being dissected.
A veteran special forces officer in Serbia’s military who was also a Christian gave his testimony of what he saw.
“Muslim Albanians in Kosovo are capturing Christians, dissecting them alive, tearing out their organs, killing the victims, and then selling the organs to Saudi Arabia and Turkey,” Theodore Shoebat wrote.
“They also kill people and sell their organs in Turkey and Saudi Arabia,” he said. “They abduct people in Kosovo, Serbian people — in some cases Albanian people — and they take their organs … they torture the people and take their organs while they are still live.”
He said most of the victims were “Christian Serbs, young women, and men, and also children.”
Another separate interview detailed the account of a survivor named Saif Al-Adlubi, who recounted how an Egyptian butcher examined prisoners before they were executed. Because of unpaid ransoms, they were slaughtered.
“He grabbed the neck of one elderly Armenian Christian” and told him, “You’re an aged man and your neck is soft and I don’t have to sharpen my knife for you.”
According to reports, the savages in these slaughterhouses sell the organs and blood harvested from their victims.
Other video footage of the slaughterhouses has been leaked by other survivors, adding credibility to witness claims.
Please be aware that this footage is shocking and very graphic.
While these videos have been around a few months, they are evidence that Islam is not the religion of peace that it claims to be. Christians everywhere should be on alert.
H/T Mad World News
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