Amid Easter ISIS Blows up a Church - Northern Syria
The Church of Virgin Mary in Tal Nasri village in the western countryside of Hasaka province was blown by ISIS terrorist in northeastern Syria.
The explosion of the church came amidst as Christian denominations celebrate Easter all over the country. Local sources revealed that ISIS terrorists had planted explosives in the Church before they detonated it.
The Church of the Virgin Mary was built in 1934 and is considered one of three main churches in Tal Nasri village, which is to located to the south of Tal Tamr town that was earlier overrun by ISIS.
This is not ISIS’s first attack on a religious site, as the terrorist organization’s fighters have intentionally destroyed many Muslim and Christian worship places and other religious sites and shrines in areas they took over.
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