ISIS Is Still Holding an American Woman AND a European Woman Hostage (VIDEO)
ISIS murdered a Jordanian pilot prisoner and released video today.
They torched Lt. Moaz al-Kasasbeh alive in a cage.
ISIS terrorists are still holding an American woman and a European woman hostage.
Catherine Herridge discussed this on Tuesday:
The murder of the Jordanian pilot, the two Japanese hostages, and now this promise of retribution by the government in Amman, Jordan, without question this increases the risks to the remaining hostages and there are a handful left. At least one American and based on our reporting a European woman as well.
The European is from Italy. (Shep Smith)
On the Record:
The 26 year-old American woman was taken hostage in August 2013.
NBC News reported:
Militants with the Islamic State of Iraq and al-Sham (ISIS) are holding a 26-year-old American woman — who was taken as a hostage August 4, 2013 — and are demanding a multi-million dollar ransom, sources familiar with the situation told NBC News.
She was on a humanitarian mission in the region at the time of her capture, the source said, but family members do not want her name released for her own safety. The sources say the young woman was taken hostage with several others, all of whom have since been released.
NBC News has learned ISIS has demanded a $6.6 million ransom and/or the release of Aafia Siddiqui, a Pakistani neuroscientist convicted of attempted murder by a New York federal court in 2010.
White House Chief of Staff Denis McDonough accidentally revealed the name of the female American ISIS hostage last week.
President Barack Obama tipped off ISIS this week saying the US is doing everything in its power to rescue the California woman held by ISIS.