Archangel Michael saving souls from purgatory, by Jacopo Vignali, 17th century. In Roman Catholic teachings, Saint Michael is one of the angels who are assumed present at the hour of a person's death. In his role as the patron of holy souls, Michael reaches to souls near death and saves them.
“The people who do this are ordinary Muslims, not militant extremists, as our politically correct leaders and news media would have us believe. They would do this to me, an apostate (ex-Muslim), if they could find me. I know these people well; I was one of them.