Historically, Sweden has been one of the most “progressive” countries, welcoming in Muslim migrants by the millions.
That hasn’t turned out well for them. Sweden is now the rape capitol of the West, thanks primarily to rapes carried out by Muslim migrants. That’s why it was so surprising to me that some in Sweden took a bit of a creative measure when it came to combating ISIS.
A major evangelical free church in Sweden is preparing to use drones to drop thousands of Bibles into areas of Iraq controlled by Islamic State.
The Livets Ord (Word of Life) church in Uppsala in the north of Sweden has said it will use drones flying at high altitude to release thousands of small, electronic Bibles into Iraq, Christian Today is reporting.
“The Bibles are the size of pill boxes and have a display. They require no electricity, but work on their own,” the church’s mission director Christian Åkerhielm told Swedish broadcaster SVT, according to the newspaper The Local.
The church hasn’t yet stated exactly how it will carry out the dropoff, but believe it will be possible despite having to fly through dangerous airspace. According to the church, the operation will begin within a few weeks.
The Bibles won’t appear as Bibles, and thus won’t put those reading them in as much danger as they would in ISIS occupied territory. Instead, they’re the size of pill boxes, and don’t require any electricity to operate.
What do you all think? Hopefully ISIS doesn’t catch wind of this and shoot their drones down as their attempt the drop.