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ISIS Are Now The One’s Threatened As Jordan Warns, “If you Harm Our Pilot, All ISIS PRISONERS WILL BE HANGED

January 30, 2015  |  Posted by: Giovanni DePhillips
ISIS Are Now The One’s Threatened As Jordan Warns, “If you Harm Our Pilot, All ISIS PRISONERS WILL BE HANGED Image courtesy of independent.co.uk

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Now ISIS are the ones facing an ultimatum. King Abdullah has been under increasing pressure from the public to bring home a captured Jordanian pilot.

Now Jordan has sent ISIS a stern warning: “Either release the captured pilot or they will begin hanging ISIS prisoners in their custody” including, that of a would-be suicide bomber the Islamic State have been attempting to free in exchange for the captured pilot, it was reported today.

The Jordanian government warned that Sajida al-Rishawi and other top captured ISIS commanders would be ‘quickly judged and sentenced’ in revenge for pilot Muath al-Kaseasbeh’s death.

The news comes on the heels of a failed attempted prisoner swap deadline set by ISIS, which passed yesterday. The fate of both al-Kaseasbeh or the Japanese hostage Kenji Goto are still unknown.

ISIS refusal to provide proof that al-Kaseasbeh was alive, meant any deal would be doomed, according to intel sources.

However, Jordan have now drawn a line by warning ISIS of the swift retaliation that will occur if the negotiations end in bloodshed.

According to the Daily Mail, Elijah Magnier, chief international correspondent for Kuwait’s Al Rai newspaper, who told them: “I have reliable contact in the Jordanian government who says a message has been passed on to ISIS”

The message was simple: ‘It warns, retaliation will be swift If they kill the pilot, they will fast track and implement the death sentences for Sajida and the other ISIS prisoners, including top commanders as soon as possible.”

As news of ultimatum emerged, Jordan issued a statement saying they were still waiting for proof that the captured F-16 pilot was still alive.

ISIS have repeatedly threatened to kill al-Kaseasbeh if a deadline was not kept for the release of Sajida al-Rishawi dusk Iraq time yesterday – around 5.30pm (2.30pm GMT).
Japan also said it had no new progress to report as far as the captured Japanese journalist Kenji Goto.

Japanese government spokesman Yoshihide Suga told reporters: “ There is still nothing to report” and reiterated Japan’s ‘strong trust’ in Jordan to help save the Japanese hostage.

ISIS released an audio message posted online by which said the Jordanian pilot, Lieutenant Muath al-Kaseasbeh, would be killed if would-be suicide bomber Sajida al-Rishawi was not delivered to the Turkish border by sunset yesterday, Iraqi time. There was no mention on whether the pilot or Mr. Goto would be traded for her.

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