Breitbart by Thomas D. Williams, Ph. D.
The Islamic State militants who killed the four Missionaries of Charity in Yemen earlier this month “tied them up, shot them in the head and smashed their heads,” according to an eye witness who escaped the killing.
One of the nuns said she believes that the crushing of the head “has some evil connection” with the biblical passage that says “she will crush the head of the serpent,” referring to Satan. “Some kind of mockery or evil meaning,” she said.
In a handwritten report, Sister Sally, the superior of the small community who managed to survive the attack, informed her religious higher-ups of the details of the incident. The report was later shared with all the members of the Missionaries of Charity throughout the world.
The manuscript states that on the morning of the attack, five Ethiopian Christians ran to alert the sisters working at the home for the elderly in Aden that “ISIS was here to kill them….”
In total 16 people were slaughtered by these barbarians, four of whom were nuns, i.e., Sister Anselm – age 59, Sister Regina – age 33, Sister Judith – age 41 and Sister Marguerite and 44 (photos above).
The Missionaries of Charity where the slaughter occurred was established by Mother Teresa.
Below is the testimony as provided by the surviving nun.