Australian Warrior Martyred Defending Christians from ISIS


ISIS has just twittered a photo of an unknown Crusader fighter who was martyred in Tel Hamis in the southern countryside of Qamishli, in northeastern Syria while defending the Assyrian Christians. His name is unknown, he goes by the nickname “Bagok” and is 28 years old. He is truly a soldier for Christ. ISIS released he was Australian. The Mid East news outlet, Al Nahar, and Al-Arabiya also confirmed that he was Australian.

No major western sources confirmed the news which obtained from several tweets by ISIS operatives as well Middle Eastern news sources.

It has become common that many are joining the ranks of their Assyrian Christian brethren and also working with Kurds in order to defend Christendom.

ABC, yesterday reported some known Crusaders revealing this trend.

He calls himself a “Soldier of Christ,” and he’s back in Iraq battling ISIS on the front lines.

The man, identified only as Brett, is a 28-year-old U.S. Army Iraq war veteran. For the safety of his family, he’s requested that his last name remain unknown.

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