The shocking video of Jordanian pilot Moaz al-Kasasbeh being burned alive by ISIS provoked widespread anger throughout the Middle East, uniting traditional foes in condemnation.
The Jordanian pilot who was captured by ISIS — and then burned alive in a cage — had no idea he was going to be slaughtered on camera, a former militant says.
Feb 07, 2015 · Prof. Vijay Prashad discusses the significance of the of anti-ISIS protests after the immolation of a Jordanian pilot and the possible future outcomes of these events.
Feb 03, 2015 · The ISIS barbarians appear to have used their most twisted form of execution to date, burning alive a caged Jordanian pilot despite ongoing negotiations for his release.
A year ago, ISIS burned a Jordanian pilot to death. His family is still anguished.
Joshua Keating is a staff writer at Slate focusing on international affairs and author of the forthcoming book, Invisible Countries.
The pilot, 1st Lt. Moaz al-Kasasbeh, was captured when his F-16 plane crashed during a bombing mission against ISIS in Syria on Dec. 24. His name was First Lieutenant Moaz al-Kasasbeh. RIP.
A 22-minute ISIS video purports to show the burning of a Jordanian pilot locked in a cage. Holly Williams reports on the how the terror group justified its use of
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Feb 04, 2015 · And now look at all the PR ISIS is gettingthis stuff is plastered all over the news agencies and the internet. Think about all the low life scum …
The pilot was probably killed earlier. I think ISIS’ main plan was for Jordan to refuse the initial offer of Goto for Sajida which would make Jordan look bad to its western allies. Jordan played it right by asking for the pilot to be shown alive. ISIS probably couldn’t do that so their only choice was to finally reveal that the pilot has been killed.
Feb 03, 2015 · AMMAN, Jordan — A video released online Tuesday purportedly showed a Jordanian pilot captured by the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) in …