ISIS demands $22 million USD to release 212 Iraqi Assyrian Christians

Assyrian citizens. Archival photo.
Assyrian citizens. Archival photo.

( Baghdad – The Assyrian Network for Human Rights revealed, that ISIS has demanded 22 million dollars to release 212 Assyrians who have been detained since last February, expressing concern over the fate of the hostages because of their families inability to collect the amount.

The Assyrian network said in a report, “ISIS is demanding $22 million ransom for the release of 212 Assyrians who were abducted last February in Hasaka province northeastern Syria.”

The human rights organization said in a statement published by the German news agency, “The negotiations were halted because of the high value of the ransom.”

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  1. Just common murdering thugs… Nothing to do with Muslims or Islam, more like the Mafia with an extortion racket, with and a bunch of deluded cannon-fodders, following, running about killing themselves and others, all in the name of a forgiving god (بِسْمِ اللهِ الرَّحْمٰنِ الرَّحِيْمِ)…

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