SYRIA: 250 Christian children kneaded to death in dough machines, and men baked in ovens by Islamic state savages

FROM Oct. 2016: Grieving mother reveals how the Islamic State (ISIS) swept into Syria and slaughtered countless Christians, including her son. Under the Obama Regime, nearly 99% of the Syrian refugees brought into America were Muslims.

 UK Daily Mail A distraught mother has relived the horrors of the brutal rule of ISIS and revealed how the Muslim jihadist group would ‘knead children to death in bakery machines’. Alice Assaf said her son was killed ‘because he was called George’ and refused to identify himself by a Muslim name. 

Ms Assaf claims ISIS slaughtered Christians in Syria, kneading children to death in bread machines and ‘baking men in ovens’.  She said the terror group targeted her home town in Syria some two years ago, unleashing a horrifying reign of terror as they took hold of the suburb’s population, murdering both adults and children. 

Ms Assaf said she pleaded with her son to change his name but he refused and was beaten to death and shot by ISIS militants. During the massacre she and her son had sought refuge in the home of a Muslim neighbour, who betrayed them.

‘Later on, we heard that the militants grabbed six strong men working at the bakery and burned them inside the oven,’ she said.  ‘After that, they caught some 250 kids and kneaded them like dough in the bakery dough machine.’ She also said when troops attempted to intervene, children as young as four were thrown from the top of balconies in a bid to scare soldiers away.

She also recounted her son’s last words: ‘I don’t want to hide myself. You [Alice] are the one who taught me to follow what Christ said, ‘whoever denies me before men, I will also deny them before Heaven.’ Ms Assaf added: ‘They took him to a backyard to shoot and kill him. They killed him because his name was ‘George’.

While Ms Assaf succeeded in fleeing from the region, her son was buried in a mass grave and she did not know the whereabouts of his body until now.