The village of Badnah is about 20 miles southeast of Mosul, Iraq and was freed yesterday from ISIS occupation after Christian Militia warriors stormed the village and regained control over it:
A Christian militia in Iraq, called the Nineveh Plain Protection Units, has said it has taken back a traditionally Christian village from the Islamic State terror group with the help of the U.S.-led international coalition.
The Assyrian-led militia announced on its Facebook page that it has liberated the village of Badanah in in the southern Mosul countryside.
The militia also said this was their “first operation” supported by airstrikes and weapons from the international coalition, according to Vocativ.com.
We have documented before how Christian Militia have been rising up throughout Iraq and Syria to fight ISIS. Men and women alike have put aside their normal lives to stand for truth and justice in the face of the horrors committed by these Muslim terrorists.
If what ISIS is doing is bad, then think of it as a foretaste to come of what the current Muslim invasion of the West will bring in the coming years. My question is, for the West, will there be enough faith left in the West to fight as these Christian Militias have done?