ISIS abducts dozens of Eritrean Christians in Libya

June 8, 2014

As Islamic State tightens its grip on Libya, 86 Eritrean Christians have reportedly been kidnapped in the country. Human rights activist Meron Estefanos said that the Christians were migrants, the majority of them from city of Adi Keih, and were trying to make their way to Europe. Of the 86, a number were children and at least 12 were women.

 

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