In an horrific incident of Christian persecution on September 1, some unidentified militants slew two children of a missionary couple who is working with At Any Cost Jesus Mission, a underground ministry evangelizing to the Muslim nations.  
 
A press release sent via e-mail to ANS by Any Cost Jesus Mission said that the assailants torched the dead bodies of teenaged children Shalom, 15 and Sharon 14 after murdering them brutally in the northern district of Pakistan.  
 
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crataegus: Funny how a google search for "Any Cost Jesus Mission" only turns up stuff from ANS pasted wherever on the Internets.
cherwilco: weird, so like what do ya think that means for the rest of us (prolly only me lol) that dont get it?
crataegus: Well, they do have a (Bravehost) website. However, it's odd that a mission wouldn't be touting their good works to everyone who will listen. Frankly, they have to make it seem to the folks back home that their donations are going to something worthwhile. Doing a search for "Any Cost Jesus Mission" turns up a lot of victim links. They're the victims of anti-christian violence in Pakistan in two links I found. Another linked their June email to ANS with news (from ANS) of a mission to China that was supposedly the recipient of anti-christian violence.  
 
Based on the lack of any other agencies reporting these incidents, I'm calling horseshit. This is freeper astroturfing. The authors are trying to make it seem like decent, gawd fearin Christians are beset on all sides by those heathen Moozlems and Godless Chinese.
scilec: I found another article referencing this from topix.net on the first page of my google search, so I'm not sure what you're talking about. I get the impression that you're more interested in defaming this group (which I admittedly know little about) instead of focusing on the content of the article which, if true, is a horrible tragedy.
crataegus: I'm familiar enough with At Any Cost Ministry not to confuse them for what's in this link. I'm doubting that, if Any Cost Jesus Mission actually exists, anything in the announcements from Gospel for Asia has actually happened. Yes, terrible things happen to missionaries all the time. There's generally more than one source for news on those tragedies.
Fluffy:  
I would point out that that's a method snopes uses to debunk urban legends. If it's news, it gets reported. If it's BS, it has no source (or multiple unverifiable sources).
crataegus: No, I'm just getting sick of all the Christian victim stories you and a few others are posting on here. Also, the Topix.net link you reference goes back to an ANS story. Again, I'm calling bullshit.
scilec: No, I'm just getting sick of all the Christian victim stories you and a few others are posting on here.  
 
If you are referring to me, I challenge you to find any pattern whatsoever of me posting "Christian victim stories" on linkfilter. For that matter, find even one more. I went through several pages of my past posts and didn't find one. I still think that you have a major chip on your shoulder about Christianity for some reason.  
 
Also, the Topix.net link you reference goes back to an ANS story. Again, I'm calling bullshit.  
 
I see, so since the primary source is a Christian group, it can't be true. Is that it? A story with multiple sources certainly has more credibility than a story with (according to you) one source. But that doesn't necessarily mean it's not true.  
If you were a judge in a court room and you were presiding over a case in which a person (who belonged to the ANS) claimed that they saw somebody murder their friend, would you summarily dismiss the case (by calling 'bullshit') or carefully weigh the evidence first?  
 
It's certainly ok to be skeptical, but I don't see how you can call 'bullshit' without any evidence what so ever that this article is fictitious.