Originally posted by RJHinds
You left out this part:
[b]Another nun, apparently too weak to walk, was carried across the border by soldiers.
If this is what you call Islamic humanity toward Christians, then I want no part of it.
Here is another part of the report:
Thirteen Greek Orthodox nuns and their three maids, held in captivity for more than three months by a Syr ...[text shortened]... that is what you call showing humanity to Christians, then I must be a Saint by your standards.
Obviously, being held captive is not an enjoyable experience for anyone.
I don't believe that required any explanation.
'You left out this part:'
It's in the article that I cited. Not being Grampy Bobby, I don't believe that
I had to cut-and-paste the whole text when everyone could use the link.
"'Another nun, apparently too weak to walk, was carried across the border
We don't know why this Christian nun was 'apparently too weak to walk'.
RJHinds seems to presume that it must be because she was brutally treated
by her Islamist captors. If that's true, however, then wouldn't it be likely
that at least one other nun also would be 'apparently too weak to walk'?
Perhaps this nun already had a health problem affecting her ability to walk
and she could not receive her usual medical treatment during her captivity.
That's not good, but it's not as bad as RJHind seems to presume.
'Or is the fact they did not beat or rape the nuns during those 3 months...'
Wouldn't RJHinds have expected the Christian nuns to be beaten or raped?
"If that is what you call showing humanity to Christians..."
I referred to some Christian nuns who seem to believe they were humanely
treated by their Islamist captors. That's their judgment based on their
personal experiences, and why should I dispute it?
"...then I must be a Saint by your standards."
I doubt RJHinds would ever be considered a 'Saint' by anyone's standards.