Revelation 6:9 - 11
Fifth Seal: The Cry of the Martyrs
9 When He opened the fifth seal, I saw under the altar the souls of those who had been slain for the word of God and for the testimony which they held. 10 And they cried with a loud voice, saying, “How long, O Lord, holy and true, until You judge and avenge our blood on those who dwell on the earth?” 11 Then a white robe was given to each of them; and it was said to them that they should rest a little while longer, until both the number of their fellow servants and their brethren, who would be killed as they were, was completed.
Persecution of Christians at the hands of Moslems is happening throughout Great Britain, it is just under reported or reported under a different guise, and never ever reported as a religiously racially motivated hate crime.
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British aid worker executed in Afghanistan for being Christian
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A BRITISH woman aid worker was shot dead in Afghanistan today by Islamic extremists because she was a Christian.
Two men rode up to Gayle Williams, 34, on a motor-cycle and one opened fire at close range, hitting her seven times in the head and legs.
Ms Williams, from London, had been walking to work in an affluent suburb of the capital Kabul and was said to have died before the police reached the scene. The attack was seen by children going to school.
She had only recently arrived in the city having fled Kandahar in the south after threats of violence against foreigners and would have been varying her route to work as a precaution.
Ms Williams was a volunteer with the British-registered Christian charity Serve Afghanistan, which works with the disabled. The Taliban claimed responsibility for the shooting, saying on its website: "Our people carried out this attack. The reason that we killed her was because she was spreading Christianity."
Mike Lyth, chairman of Serve Afghanistan's board, rejected this, saying: "They will make any excuse. They probably saw there was a Christian organisation operating in Kabul and thought, 'This is how we can kill it'.
"We are Christians that is what gives us the motivation to go into a dangerous and difficult country to try to help. But she was not involved in proselytisation. We have a policy of not preaching Christianity." Mr Lyth described Ms Williams as a "lovely girl", adding: "She was the life and soul of the party, a great adventurer. She will be sorely missed, a great girl." Her mother is also believed to be in Kabul.
The militant group that claimed responsibility is called Zabiullah Mujahed. A witness told how two men on a motorbike drew alongside her. A builder, who gave his name as Daulad, said he heard seven shots and when he looked into the street he saw a woman lying on a footpath.
Ms Williams has dual British and South Africa citizenship. Mr Lyth added: "She was passionate about working for the disabled. She had done a lot of different things in her life but she really found her niche working with the Afghans." He said it was not clear whether the charity could continue to operate in the same way after the killing.
Mr Lyth added: "There were rumours that had come through the security organisation that (the Taliban) were going to target foreigners in Kandahar, so we decided that discretion was the better part of valour and pulled her back to Kabul. We definitely have a policy of no proselytisation, but act out of the love of Christ for people. She was only doing missionary work if that means living a Christian life and helping disabled people. She spoke only a little Pashtun and Farsi."