In Response to Jordanian Pilot Burned Alive … Jordan executes ISIS jihadists: Sajida al-Rishawi and Ziad al-Karbouli
JORDAN EXECUTES TWO ISIS JIHADISTS IN RETALIATION FOR JORDANIAN PILOT BURNED ALIVE …
As reported at The Daily Mail, Jordan has executed two ISIS jihadists, one, a female suicide bomber (Sajida al-Rishawi) and Ziad al-Karbouli, were put to death in dawn hangings in retaliation for terrorists releasing video of pilot being burned to death in cage. Has ISIS just escalated the Middle East insanity to a new level? Have they gone too far this time, even for this radical terror group. it was one thing for them to behead Western indifels, it is quite another for them to burn alive a devout Muslim.
Jordan has executed two ISIS-linked prisoners, including a would-be female suicide bomber, it has been revealed this morning.
The executions, at about 4am local time today, came just hours after Islamic State militants released a sickening video showing a captured Jordanian fighter pilot being burned alive in a cage.
Jordan had vowed a swift and lethal response and government officials this morning revealed that two prisoners, Sajida al-Rishawi and Ziad al-Karbouli, have already been hanged.
Al-Rishawi had been on death row for her role in a triple hotel bombing in the Jordanian capital Amman in 2005 that killed dozens.
The executions took place after gruesome footage emerged showing Jordanian pilot Moaz al-Kasasbeh being torched to death by his captors.
King Abdullah II returned here to an unexpectedly warm welcome on Wednesday, as cheering crowds expressed support for the country’s swift executions of two terrorist prisoners in retaliation for the Islamic State’s grisly killing of a Jordanian pilot.
The state news agency Petra confirmed that two Iraqis already on death row here, a would-be suicide bomber, Sajida al-Rishawi, and a former top lieutenant of Al Qaeda in Iraq, Ziad al-Karbouli, were executed Wednesday at dawn, less than 12 hours after ISIS released a video that showed the Jordanian pilot, First Lt. Moaz al-Kasasbeh, being burned alive inside a cage.
Jordan has another 100 prisoners on death row, but only three of them are known to have been convicted of terrorism offenses.