Roar Fløttum was preaching and praying for the sick on a street in Trondheim, Norway last week. Suddenly, four Muslim attacked this street preacher after they lured him away.
According to the website Observatory on Intolerance and Discrimination Against Christians in Europe, the men approached Roar Fløttum and one of them asked him to come with them to pray for a friend who had injured his foot.
Instead, they took him to a nearby backyard where the men allegedly pushed him down a cellar staircase, beat him, robbed him and threatened to kill him if he did not convert to Islam.
“They told me to give them my bank card and certificate, codes, mobile, and Apple ID. They held me hostage there for an hour as they withdrew from the card,” Fløttum told Norway Today.
Besides this, the men wanted him to confess Islam.
“They wanted me to say a few words in Arabic,” he continued. “I was scared and actually thought they were going to kill me because they said they had a knife and didn’t want witnesses.” full report
The day after the incident, Fløttum wrote about it on his Facebook account. He said he had almost no physical injuries. He also asked for his friends to pray for his attackers.
“Yesterday I was robbed and exposed to violence in Trondheim Center,” he wrote. “Please ask for the perpetrators to be caught and get the help they need. I have almost no physical damage.”
According to the local police chief, no arrests have been made. However, police are collecting video from surveillance cameras in the area where the attack took place. They are hoping to be able to identify the suspects from the video footage.
Source: CBN News