Despite ISIS (the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant who have taken over from al-Qa’ida) who is said to be plotting against all holy Christian sites across Europe, they are posing more fear but we need to remain hopeful.

ISIS is said to be sending members of their group all disguised as tourists and originally all feared female police, in bid to attack Christian sites across Europe.

President of Centre for Strategy, Military and Security Studies in Syria says that all female Al-Khansaa Brigade will be under-cover, causing religious war with innocent people.

Entering Europe dressed as normal people, fitting in with the tourists is a dangerous act indeed and intelligence agencies plan to keep their eye on all strange men and women to avoid any possible risk.

1 John 4:20 in the Bible says: “If anyone says, ‘I love God, ‘ and hates his brother, he is a liar; for he who does not love his brother whom he has seen cannot love God whom he has not seen.”

In the Bible this highlights how all should love one another despite their differences and/or backgrounds. Humanity share different views and that is okay, but should we really hate on one another?

The terror group is planning to send their members to target ‘Christian symbols’ but whether this is to make us live in fear is not known. All that is certain it that God wants us to be at peace with one another, in complete harmony, and anything that comes in the way of that should be dismissed.

What is happening in the world with ISIS and their next attacks should be considered and taken on board but we should still live by our own morals and beliefs that God’s love surrounds us, because we know, God will always protect us.

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Over 60 British women are thought to be part of the brigade and are paid £100 every month.

Female militants are being forced into being something they, most likely, don’t believe in. Rare images have been found of women dressed head-to-toe in black burkas but they now plan to enter Europe dressed as tourists to avoid attracting any attention.

It isn’t as easy for men to sneak into countries than it is for women, so they certainly do have a chance of crossing the border. Some experts have said that Sunni extremists have beleaguered Shi’ite Muslims in Iraq and Syria to begin a war between the two sides of Islam. Now it may be that ISIS is trying to achieve the same between the West.

The next plan for them is now against the Christian religion, and for no given reason at all. All Christians need to remember is that their actions and intentions are unforeseen, and together we must believe that peace and good faith can and will protect all of us.

So many women taken from the ISIS state are supposedly taken to Raqqa and imprisoned as sex slaves, desperately trying to escape but can find no way out. Together we should pray to end this tragic war that is happening in the world and raise hopefulness and inner-peace in as much of humanity as possible.

Philippians 4:6-7 in the Bible says: “Be anxious for nothing, but in everything by prayer and supplication, with thanksgiving, let your requests be made known to God; and the peace of God, which surpasses all understanding, will guard your hearts and minds through Christ Jesus.”

Written by Gemma Smith, Executive and Investigative Journalist for TCE Global