The Islamic State (ISIS) strongholds in Iraq are about to receive electronic versions of the holy bible by air to ease their suffering, courtesy of a Swedish church.
The Livets Ord evangelical group from Sweden are to drop large number of Christian holy books on ISIS targets using drones in Iraq.
Their aim is to spread love and hope in areas that may be lacking god’s attention.
The Daily Express reports:
Church leader Christian Akerhielm said: “The bibles are the size of pill boxes and have a display. They require no electricity, but work on their own.
“Our ambition is to pass on the hope and love of the Christian gospel to a population living in closed areas where they are being denied human rights.
“We start our project in a few weeks and hope to drop thousands of bibles.”
The religious ambush will use remote-controlled drones and is expected to start in the next few weeks.
The church said another organisation in the area, which it did not name, would help carry out the mission.
Livets Ord is one of Sweden’s largest and most controversial free churches.
Its founders Ulf and Birgitta Ekman left the church in 2014 to convert to Catholicism.
The church says on its website: “We believe in an unfailing and never-ending love, given to us by God.
“And together we try to spread that love to as many people as possible. Both globally and closer to where our home is, here in Uppsala.”
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