More than 120 temples destroyed in Syria since 2011

More than 120 temples have been partially or completely destroyed as a result of the wars and violent conflicts in Syria since 2011, according to the Syrian Network for Human Rights (SNHR).

Reportedly, there were some planned attacks on churches, since the terrorists used bulldozers in order to destroy the katholika of churches and monasteries.

ISIS fighters are responsible for ten attacks on Christian places of worship, five of which were committed in Raqqa, the city that the terrorists called “headquarters”.

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