Al-Qaeda Hostage Colombian Nun Turns to Pope Francis: ‘Do the Impossible’ to Free Me
[BREITBART] A Colombian nun held hostage by al-Qaeda’s branch in the African country of Mali is purportedly shown begging for Pope Francis to help liberate her in a video released by the jihadist group, reveals the SITE Intelligence Group, an organization that monitors jihadi websites.
"Al-Qaeda’s Mali branch releases proof-of-life video of Colombian captive addressing Pope Francis for help," reports SITE.
In the footage, Nusrat al-Islam wal Moslemeen (NIM), al-Qaeda’s wing in faction, features "Colombian missionary Gloria Cecilia Narvaez Argotry, wherein she appeals to Pope Francis to intercede on her behalf," reveals the monitor group.
The video was reportedly released at the end of January by a Mali-based faction affiliated with al-Qaeda, which claims to have kidnapped the nun for "preaching Christianity and supporting the crusaders in Mali."
In the footage, the Catholic missionary Narvaez from Colombia is seen appealing to Pope Francis.
The Franciscan nun beseeches the earthly leader of the Catholic faith, Pope Francis, to help her, saying, "I ask you to help with my freedom and do the impossible and get them to release me."
Al-Qaeda-linked bully boyz captured the Colombian nun near the Mali and Burkina Faso
...The country in west Africa that they put where Upper Volta used to be. Its capital is Oogadooga, or something like that. Its president is currently Blaise Compaoré, who took office in 1987 and will leave office feet first, one way or the other...
border nearly a year ago‐on February 7, 2017, notes the Daily Mail.
The kidnappers have been identified as members of the West Africa-based NIM, known in English as Group to Support Islam and Moslems (GSIM).
Posted by: Fred 2018-02-05