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A Syrian Orthodox nun, Sister Hatune Dogan, told World Net Daily in an exclusive interview Wednesday that Syrian jihadist 'rebels' are draining the blood of Christians they behead and selling vials to Islamic radicals for $100,000 a piece. A video of the Skype interview is available on the WND website.

Sister Dogan told WND that the blood is used in a macabre ritual, in which the Muslim fundamentalists wash their hands in the blood in the belief that doing so attones for sins and assures them of entry into heaven. The reverend nun also said that Christians are beheaded in ceremonies during which their hands and feet are bound, and they are then forced to kneel, as the radicals impose a death sentence if their victims refuse to renounce Christianity and convert to Islam.

During the interview she descibed in graphic detail what happens duing these brutal rituals.

“The Muslims sever the necks and collect the blood in vessels to sell the blood. The Muslims believe that if they kill a Christian and wash their hands in the blood of the Christian, they will go to heaven,” Sister Dogan told WND.

She explained that the selling of Christian blood is a booming business, and said, “With this money, the Muslim terrorists can buy more weapons,”

These are the same 'rebels' President Obama wanted to back with U.S. military support last year, and is providing with weapons. Please, Mr. Obama, tell us again how Islam is the religion of peace.

According to WND, Walid Shoebat, a native Arabic-speaking Christian and former member of the PLO, has called Hatune a "Mother Teresa figure." Shoebat wrote an article recently that features a video of Sister Dogan presenting the results of an independent investigation into how Christians are treated by Muslim extremists in Syria.

Shoebat also outlines Sister Dogan's humanitarian work on his blog.

"This saintly woman has picked up her cross and entered into the valley of the wolves, to tend and to protect the helpless sheep of Christ’s herd from the ravenous wolves who hunger for the blood and flesh of the innocent," he writes. "It is no exaggeration to say that Sister Hatune is the modern day Mother Terese for the Middle East."

Shoebat has also published a video of Islamic radicals playing soccer with the severed heads of their victims.

These are gruesome details that were omitted by President Obama and others who tried to sell Americans on the idea of going to war in Syria. Obama at the time accused Syrian leader Bashir al-Assad of using chemical weapons against the opposition, but a U.N. investigation reveals that it was more likely that it was the 'rebels' who used the weapons on Syrian government troops as well as civilians.

There are whispers in Washington of trying once again to promote the idea of U.S. intervention in Syria this year. In an appearance on CNN's "State of the Union" one month ago today, Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-CA) and Rep. Mike Rogers, respective chairs of the Senate and House intelligence committees talked about a "growing terror threat" from nations such as Syria.

"And now they have a connection, a direct connection to al Qaeda affiliates operating in a place where most people would say, well, we have no interest in Syria," Rogers said at the time.

These new revelations of atrocities being committed by radical Muslims inside Syria show that if the U.S. has any interest at all in Syria, it is certainly not to support these barbarians. These are enemies of America, and proving them with weapons or military support is nothing short of treason.

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