Faithwire Managing Editor Dan Andros appeared on Fox & Friends yesterday to discuss his experience seeing deceased Iranian terrorist Qasem Soleimani’s twisted level of evil firsthand.
Back in 2015, Andros traveled to Iraq while producing a documentary on Iraqi Kurdistan, the Peshmerga and the ongoing fight against ISIS. While there, he came across families who had been viciously tortured by Soleimani’s Shia Militia.
Speaking with Fox & Friend hosts Ainsley Earhardt and Brian Kilmeade Monday morning, Andros explained what Soleimani’s evil looks like firsthand.
“One of the stories that stood out to me was a family we met in an IDP camp outside of Erbil. We met a man… he was not only oppressed by ISIS and ran out of their home, he told us about these Shia militias, the same ones under the control of Soleimani at the time, how they would torture families. This man’s wife was murdered, his son, who was 4 at the time, they took a drill and drilled holes in his son’s leg,” Andros said, explaining that Soleimani’s proxies were often violent for a number of reasons, including but not limited to intimidation, ransom, fueling division for political purposes and more.
He went on to explain how the father had burns all over his body and that the boy had daily nightmares. He was so traumatized that he would just sit and stare at the ceiling, hardly speaking or saying a word.
Andros described Soleimani as a ‘special brand of evil’ that leaves the world better off now that he’s gone.
He also expanded on the experience during an appearance on CBN:
Andros wrote about Soleimani for Faithwire earlier this week, a story that has gone viral. You can read that important story here: