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Who Is Judith Carmona? Her Biography, Career & Facebook


Judith Carmona is a missionary from Chihuahua, Africa who was condemned to death but all those rumors on the social networks were hoaxes. She was one of the 229 Christian missionaries who were sentenced to death by the International Criminal Court (ICC) for crimes against humanity.

The chain takes place in the wake of a real kidnapping of 23 South Korean missionaries by the Taliban on 19th July 2007. Some were executed while others were released after a ransom was paid by the South Korean government.

After two years of an incident, the hoax about missionaries started circulating via email and WhatsApp. It is all false that Islamic Afghans have sentenced 229 Christian missionaries to death in Iraq.

Judith Carmona wearing a black cap, scarf, and winter jacket enjoying the sunset
Judith Carmona wearing a black cap, scarf, and winter jacket enjoying the sunset

Judith Carmona Message

COPYRIGHT_WI: Published on https://washingtonindependent.com/judith-carmona/ by Amandeep Coleman on 2022-01-19T03:05:10.494Z

A viral message is trending on Twitter about 229 Christian missionaries who have been sentenced to death by Afghan Islamic extremists. Social media users warned the world about the execution and requested people to pray for these missionaries.

A Twitter user said the message was sent by Judith Carmona, a missionary from Chihuahua. Judith Carmona is a viral missionary from Chihuahua who is in South Africa. She spread a message on Facebook that more than 200 Christian missionaries were going to be executed in Afghanistan on August 18. On social media, netizens from all over the world are requesting to pray for these missionaries and their families.

Judith Carmona Facebook

Through a Facebook post, Judith Carmona from Africa and Afghanistan sent a message: "Please let us pray for the 229 Christian missionaries sentenced to death by Islamic Afghans tomorrow afternoon," through a Facebook post, which was posted on January 13, 2020.

Users of social networks warned and told critics about the alleged mass murder of 229 Christians who were preaching the Gospel but turned false. An unknown user posted the prayer chain on a local media fan page on September 11th, 2017.

Reports claim that the post was made more than two years ago on social media. The text has some clues to help you suspect that it is false, as it has numerous spelling or syntax errors and also asks you to share it and do it quickly.

Judith Carmona Missionary Afghanistan

Judith Carmona is a viral missionary from Chihuahua. A viral post about 229 Christian missionaries executed by Afghan Islamic militants on August 18 is trending on Twitter. According to Twitter user @JDoming3, the letter was written by Judith Carmona, a Chihuahua missionary. She has gone viral after using Twitter to relay a message regarding the murders of 229 missionaries.

Judith Carmona in a scenic place while wearing a black long sleeve top and a flower in her hair
Judith Carmona in a scenic place while wearing a black long sleeve top and a flower in her hair


A Twitter consumer claims she researched the history of missionaries and found that the information about their execution dates back to 2017. Judith Carmona's viral message has scared the living out of their minds, who assume a mass execution of missionaries is unacceptable. Flathead Mama claimed she researched Carmona and 229 missionaries and discovered they were executed between 2010 and 2017.

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About The Authors

Amandeep Coleman

Amandeep Coleman - Amandeep had never known a moment when she wasn't reading or making up stories, having been born into a family of readers. She took out a pencil and notebook during the now-famous blizzard and started writing down one of those stories. It was there that I began my professional life. Her first book was written after several rejections and manuscripts. She is a member of many writers' organizations and has received several accolades from her peers and the publishing industry. The New Yorker recently dubbed her "America's favorite novelist".

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