Monday, September 15, 2014

Photo: ISIS Threatens To Kill Another British Aid Worker

The terrorist group ISIS has threatened to execute another British ex-taxi man who quit his job to work for a Muslim charity in Syria.  Alan Henning, a 47-year-old father of two, was featured at the end of the Islamic maniacs’ latest beheading video — wearing an orange jumpsuit and kneeling next to a black-masked fiend following the brutal execution of fellow British aid worker David Haines.

The horrific killing and threat continues the ISIS terror tactic of forcing kidnapped Westerners to criticize their governments before being murdered on camera. In addition to Haines, journalists James Foley and Steven Sotloff have been slain in similar gruesome fashion. The three murdered men appear to have been butchered by the same group of terrorist an alleged London native who has come to be known as “John the Beatle.”
Mr Henning went to Syria to help war victims after he “visited a refugee camp and had a really quite life-changing experience,” the BBC’s Catrin Nye wrote, noting she’d met him there.

“It had really touched him, and he said ever since he had got back, things hadn’t quite been the same and he felt a real desire to go again and to help the Syrian people,” Nye said.

The British journalist described Henning as “just an ordinary bloke — a father, a taxi driver and a keen fisherman who wanted to help the Syrians.”

Henning — whose nickname was “Gadget’’ because of his love of technology — was captured by ISIS militants when the terror group took over a city in the northern part of the country late last year.

NY Post


Eddy Duke said...

This people should please stop these killing of innocent people. The man was only there o help people, why killing him?.

Oge chukwura said...

This is too much innocent bloods r crying all over the world