German Journalist Returns from ISIS with Chilling Stories

(CNN) Frederik Pleitgen - German journalist Juergen Todenhoefer traveled deep into ISIS territory, visiting Raqqa and Deir Ezzor in Syria, as well as Mosul in Iraq. "In Mosul," Todenhoefer said, "130,000 Christians have been evicted from the city, the Shia have fled, many people have been murdered." Todenhoefer interviewed a German fighter who spoke on behalf of ISIS' leadership. The man said, "It is not a question of if we will conquer Europe, just a matter of when that will happen. But it is certain....Our expansion will be perpetual....And the Europeans need to know that when we come, it will not be in a nice way. It will be with our weapons. And those who do not convert to Islam or pay the Islamic tax will be killed." He added, "We will continue to have slavery and beheadings, it is part of our religion....Many slaves have converted to Islam and have then been freed." Todenhoefer concluded: "The Islamic State is a lot more dangerous than Western leaders realize. They believe in what they are fighting for and are preparing the largest religious cleansing campaign the world has ever seen."

2014-12-23 00:00:00

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