Two Bishops Kidnapped in Syria Held Captive by ISIL, in ‘Good Health’

Two Bishops Kidnapped in Syria Held Captive by ISIL, in ‘Good Health’

Two Orthodox bishops kidnapped in Syria in April 2013 are currently in the northern city of Raqqa and held captive by the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL).

According to a report published in al-Akhbar newspaper on Saturday, the two bishops are “in good health” and are currently detained in the region of Tal Abyad, which is located in north of Raqqa governorate, near the Turkish border.

The two bishops, Yohanna Ibrahim and Boulos Yaziji, were kidnapped at the end of April, reportedly near the rebel-held town of Kafr Dael, near Aleppo in northern Syria.

The al-Qaida-affiliated Asbat ...

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May God bless and protect the Bishops and hopefully they can return soon to their homes. We keep then in Our Prayers special in these Holy Fasting.

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