Jesus would have allowed killing of ISIS militants, Christian militia commander in Iraq believes

If Jesus Christ were living in today’s world where terrorism is a real threat, would he allow the killing of Islamic State (ISIS) militants? The answer would be yes as far as this Christian militia fighter is concerned.

In a recent interview with BBC News, Rayan al-Kildani, the head of the 100,000-member Christian militia group known as the “Babylon Brigade,” said while Jesus Christ taught about mercy and compassion, wielding the sword to end the lives of these jihadists would have been acceptable to Him given the various atrocities they have committed. Kildani said he has personally killed several members of this terror group.

He made it clear that his group’s primary mission is to prevent the ISIS from advancing further and taking more territories in Iraq.

“What Islamic State is doing to the Christians is terrible. They are the devil,” Kildani said

  • Drunk_by_Noon

    Just where in the Bible does it say that Jesus is an unconditional pacifist?

  • Millie_Woods

    I think Jesus would make an exception for ISIS and progressives.

  • The Butterfly

    The hippie pacifist Jesus of the 1970s is a myth.

    As the second person of the Blessed Trinity, Jesus wiped out entire cities and nations for their iniquity, both directly and through human agents.

    • Jabberwokk

      Once this era of Grace is over people can ask when he comes back how “pacifistic” he is.

  • HalcyonDaze

    If the truth be know. Jesus would have ammo’d up and taken care of those goat humper in ISIS himself. The term the “wrath of God” didn’t come from someone’s safe space being violated.

    • Justin St.Denis


  • mobuyus

    Jesus said to turn the other cheek but left it up to us as just what to do when there are no more cheeks to turn. That free will thing .

    • Minicapt

      Slapping someone on the cheek was a means of asserting superiority over an inferior person. Turning the other cheek was a demand to be treated as an equal, and commit a social solecism.