Over the weekend, the death toll from the Brussels massacre reached to the United States as four Americans were found to be among the dead.
Husband and wife, Justin and Stephanie Shults were confirmed to have been killed at the Brussel’ airport. The couple from Tennessee were initially considered missing.
The State Department has confirmed the murder of another two Americans but has declined to identify them. They are believed to be spouses of American servicemen.
Meanwhile, in Pakistan, Catholic Priest Father Thomas Uzhunnalil, who had been abducted from a retirement home on March 4th, has been reported to have been crucified by ISIS.
The Islamic terrorist group is said to have followed the crucifixion ritual inflicted upon Jesus, spending days torturing the 58 year old Christian before nailing him to a wooden cross on Good Friday.
The crucified man, known as Father Tom, was threatened repeatedly by Muslim radicals but refused to abandon his care of Christian seniors in the home.
On March 4th, four gunman entered the retirement home run by Mother Teresa’s Missionaries of Charity, abducted Father Tom, murdered four nuns, two staff members and eight senior citizens.
While Pope Francis has condemned the acts as “senseless and diabolical violence.”
Barack Obama, who was vacationing in Cuba during the Brussels attack, has carried on with his schedule and has remained silent on the abduction and crucifixion of Father Tom and the murder of the 14 others in his care.
President Obama’s failure to address this violence for what it is, a holy war, places Americans at risk along with Christians around the world.