One Sunday morning you may be sitting there peacefully with your family during what seems like a perfectly normal church service when a team of men dressed in camo comes storming in and starts shooting at people indiscriminately with automatic weapons.
Once upon a time, such a thing would have been absolutely unimaginable in America, but now things have completely changed. In fact, as you will see below, something like this almost happened a little over a week ago at a hotel in South Dakota where approximately 500 people had gathered for a Christian conference. This is a time when ministries are going to have to start paying extra attention to security, because Islamic terrorists are going to be specifically targeting Christians and churches.
Every year, the number of Islamic terror attacks worldwide just keeps rising, and according to one list there has already been 619 Islamic terror attacks in 2017.
And sometimes it is just a "lone wolf" with a gun that suddenly snaps and goes on a shooting spree. Just consider what happened on Tuesday in Fresno, California. An Islamic militant named Kori Ali Muhammad decided to take out his gun and start shooting at people for no discernible reason whatsoever…
Dyer said the gunman walked up to the PG&E truck in the 300 block of North Van Ness Avenue about 10:45 a.m. and shot the passenger repeatedly. The driver of the pickup then sped to Fresno police headquarters on M Street. The second shooting was only a few seconds later and was at Van Ness and Mildreda Street, where the gunman shot at but missed a resident. The gunman then turned onto Fulton Street and fired several rounds at another man, striking and killing him, Dyer said. After reloading at a bus stop, the gunman then shot and killed a man in the parking lot of Catholic Charities in the 100 block of North Fulton Street, he said.
According to multiple mainstream news reports, authorities heard Muhammad shout out "Allahu Akbar". In Arabic that means "Allah is the greatest", and it is a phrase that is commonly heard during terror attacks all over the globe.