Roar Fløttum was preaching the gospel and was praying for the sick yesterday when four Muslim men assaulted him, robbed him and threatened to kill him if he did not convert to Islam.
Roar Fløttum tells Norge Idag that he had attended a prayer meeting in the church he belongs to in Trondheim. After the meeting, he usually goes around town to share the gospel and pray for the sick.
“I eventually came in contact with a group of four Muslim men. I asked if they wanted me to pray for them and they did. One had back pain. I prayed for him and he said he was about fifty percent better. I had to pray for him one more time and then he got along just fine, he said. I also had to pray for one of the others, and after two prayers he was also very good. They were so shocked that I believed in them. They were very credible in the way they responded,” Fløttum told Norge Idag.
– What happened after that?
“They wanted to take me to a friend who they said had injured his foot and was now waiting to be picked up to be taken to the emergency room. I trusted them and joined them. They took me to a backyard. They were very nice and I couldn’t believe they would deceive me,” says Fløttum.
He says that when they entered the backyard, they pushed him down a cellar staircase before hitting and kicking him in the face. He tried to protect himself, but did not strike them.
“They threatened to take my bank card and certificate, codes, mobile and apple ID. They held me hostage there for an hour as they pulled out the cards. They took about ten thousand kroner. While they kept me there, they threatened me and said they would kill me if I did not convert to Islam. They wanted me to say a few words in Arabic. I was scared and actually thought they were going to kill me because they said they had a knife and didn’t want witnesses,” says Fløttum….