Two New Orthodox Christian Martyrs – Gregory and Roman

by Orthodoxy Cognate PAGE on October 7, 2017

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OrthodoxChurch – 7/10/17

Roman Zabolotny, 39, and Grigory Tsurkanu, 38, the two Russian martyrs fought in Syria and were captured by ISIS.

They refused to renounce Orthodox Christian faith in Lord Jesus Christ and refused to convert to Islam and join ISIS.

All sources indicate that two martyrs have been executed at the public square in a ISIS held city.

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