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He condemned the jihadists' murder of Japanese journalist 47-yer-old Goto after days of intensive efforts through intermediaries to save him, adding: 'We spared no effort, in coordination with the Japanese government, to save his life.'Jordanian officials agreed 44 year-old Sajida al-Rishawi, sentenced to death for her part in an Al Qaeda bombing plot that killed 60 people at three hotels in Amman in 2005, would be released but only if the jihadists provided proof that al-Kassasbeh was still alive.When no evidence was provided, it raised suspicions that the pilot was already dead and that ISIS was exploiting his case for propaganda, seeking to split the Coalition and turn Jordanians against its controversial role in airstrikes over Syria.
It then cuts to beaten and bruised-looking Kasasbeh sitting in a darkened room wearing a Guantanamo-style orange overall and giving details of his training as a pilot, the anti-ISIS airstrikes he took part in, and details of crash in which his F-16 jet came down in jihadi-held territory.In a televised address at the time, he said: 'While the military forces mourn the martyr, they emphasise his blood will not be shed in vain.The revenge will be as big as the calamity that has hit Jordan.'Three of her brothers were killed during U. military operations in Anbar, perhaps providing her with a motive to engage in extremist activities, Associated Press reports. On November 9, 2005, al-Rishawi and her newlywed husband, Ali al-Shamari, entered the ground-floor ballroom of the luxury Raddison SAS hotel in Amman, which was hosting hundreds gathered for a wedding reception.'I want to see Sajida's body burnt and all the other terrorists in Jordanian prisons ...Only then will my thirst for revenge be satisfied,' said Abdullah al-Majali, a government employee among dozens of demonstrators in the centre of Karak.Here Kasasbeh's relatives hold posters of the captive during a rally in the city of Karak over the weekend Even by the sick standards of IS whose fighters have tortured, beheaded, executed, crucified and stoned its victims – another recently released video showed a man blindfolded and thrown from the seven floor of a tower block for ‘being gay’ - the latest killing plunges new depths.
In the post, entitled 'Moaz Was Burnt Alive, Below Is the Islamic Justification for Such an Act', it gives a list of points, before saying: 'This is what you should say if confronted about these actions.'The video comes just days after ISIS' British executioner in chief, Jihadi John, savagely murdered Japanese journalist Kenji Goto in a shocking filmed beheading after days of intensive negotiations through intermediaries to save him.Last night it was reported that Jordanian officials had told the 26 year-old pilot’s devastated family that they believed the footage to be genuine and that the man branded a ‘hero’ in his homeland was dead.The video was the first time the pilot had been seen since he was captured in December by triumphant ISIS fighters when his F-16 jet crashed near the group’s Syrian headquarters of Raqqa during a US-Coalition led airstrike.In the interests of clarity these are re-processed images, using differing light angle comparison for some and further processing to enhance 3D quality.I am hoping that these people who made some images available are not just interested in profiteering and that it is true that they say they are more interested to know what they mean.For developments pertaining to the authenticity of the books, go to this Wikipedia page for daily updates.