These guys need to be stopped. They need to be hit and hit hard.
And what did God do to Senechreb and his army? Perhaps these monsters should think of that.
" The supreme commander met with Hezekiah’s officials and threatened them to surrender; while hurling insults, so the people of the city could hear, blaspheming Judah and particularly Jehovah, the God of Israel.
When the King Hezekiah heard of this, he tore his clothes (as was the custom of the day for displaying deep anguish) and prayed to God in the Temple. Isaiah the prophet told the king that God would take care of the whole matter and that the enemy would return to his own lands. That night, the Angel of Jehovah killed 185,000 Assyrian troops. Jewish tradition maintains that the angel Gabriel (along with Michael in the Targum’s version) was the angel sent to destroy the Assyrian troops, and that the destruction occurred on Passover night. Other Christian scholars suggest that the “Angel of the Lord” is a reference to Jesus himself. Sennacherib soon returned to Nineveh in disgrace. Some years later, while Sennacherib was worshiping in the temple of his god Nisroch, two of his sons killed him and fled to Armenia. …"
Those who treat God’s people with malice and violence will meet a similar fate - now or later.
And more fighting is breaking out in Lebanon naharnet.com/stories/en/146423-fierce-clashes-erupt-in-arsal-s-wadi-al-raayan-area