Four Christians died in a terror attack in Indonesia
On the 27th of November, an alleged terrorist attacked the Salvation Army’s service post in central Sulawesi and then burned six houses of church members. Four Christians were murdered, three of them butchered in the attack.
Around 8 a.m., the Lewonu Lembantongoa Service Post, located in Sigi Regency, Central Sulawesi, set up as an outreach effort by the Salvation Army in Indonesia (Bala Keselamatan), was attacked by the alleged terrorist.
The terrorist set the church on fire, attacked Captain Arnianto, Mrs Mpapa, Lieutenant Abram Kako and his wife and burned down six houses of the church members. Out of the four victims, three were hacked to death, while the fourth was burned.