Tremendous change is obviously seen in Paradise Square in Raqqa in Syria. Five years after the Islamic State was evicted from Raqqa, it has begun reconstructing hell—inside the al-Hawl prison camp, which holds an estimated 56,000 prisoners. The fence around the roundabout used to be studded with severed heads, impaled on the spikes by Islamic State executioners. Residents, including children, would be gathered to watch victims being crucified or stoned to death, as western jihadists sipped on Red Bull. Although punishments by death are continuing sporadically, the execution place is drastically changed for good. Pray for complete freedom and a life without constant fear for Syrians from ISIS. Pray for Libya to be reconstructed and Libyans to repent and turn to God so that times of refreshing may come from the Lord (The Bible, Acts 3:19).