I'm sorry I feel a bit emotional now and I wanted to post this.I felt like I should.I wanted to post this. This is about something that is a bit rare in ours days.It's about courage and faith. It's about a Russian soldier called Evgeniy Rodionov: "Eighteen-year-old Evgeny Rodionov was taken captive with three other soldiers at night of February 14th, not far from the Chechen settlement of Galashki. The guys arrived from the Kaliningrad region. They patrolled the border between the republics of Chechnya and Ingushetia. Their control and registration post was located some 200 meters far from the security detachment. The post was just a small cabin, without any light or wire communication. The cabin did not even have a military support, in spite of the fact that it was a single cabin on the mountainous road, which was used for carrying weapons, ammunition, captives, drugs and so on. The border guards stopped an ambulance vehicle to check it. More than ten armed Chechens got out of the vehicle. Needless to mention that it was very easy for them to cope with young inexperienced soldiers. The guys showed as much resistance as they could, but the outcome of the fight was evident before it even started." The Chechens kept him as a prisoner for 3 months and then they gave him and his friends a choice to either convert to Islam or die.The other 2 accepted,but Evgeniy refused to convert to Islam and throw away his cross. "Evgeny Rodionov was murdered by Ruslan Khaikhoroyev. This bandit confessed that himself. “Your son had a choice to stay alive. He could convert to Islam, but he did not agree to take his cross off. He also tried to escape once,” said Khaikhoroyev." His mother had to pay a lot of money to the Chechens to show her the location of his body. In Russia he is considered a martyr and by some a Saint.The Church cannot canonize him as a Saint yet. The writings on Evgeny’s grave cross run: “Russian soldier Evgeny Rodionov is buried here. He defended his Fatherland and did not disavow Christ. He was executed on May 23, 1996, on the outskirts of Bamut.” “We know that he had to go through horrible, long-lasting sufferings that could be compared to the ones of great martyrs in ancient times. They were beheaded, dismembered, but they remained devoted to Jesus Christ anyway,” priest Alexander Shargunov said during the requiem in Evgeny Rodionov’s memory. This is a small 10 minute video from a documentary about him.It's in Russian but I think it's easy for someone to understand a lot from this video.Whoever wants,can watch it.For me it's worth watching it. Edit: The video contains a hard scene although I think most guys here can watch it,but anyway I warned you.