Monday, February 2, 2015

'Kenji has died, and my heart is broken': Mother of Japanese hostage beheaded by Jihadi John grieves while Jordan still offers prisoner swap to save their pilot

  • Jordanian pilot Mu'adh al-Kaseasbeh, 26, is thought to still be alive
  • ISIS video released last night allegedly show beheading of Kenji Goto 
  • Terror group had been trying to exchange Goto for Jordanian prisoner
  • In new video fighter tells camera 'we have an entire army thirsty for blood'
  • Mr Goto's body is then shown lying on desert floor in rocky gorge
  • There was no mention of Mr al-Kaseasbeh in last night's ISIS video
  • His family are now demanding Jordanian government take action
  • Japanese PM Shinzo Abe said he will 'never forgive' killing of hostages
The family of the Japanese ISIS hostage who appeared in a video allegedly showing his beheading by British militant Jihadi John has paid tribute to his memory.
The mother and brother of journalist Kenji Goto, 47, spoke of their loss following confirmation that he had passed away, although the authenticity of the video has yet to be proven.
This comes as the Jordanian government has pledged to do 'everything it can' to save the pilot thought to still be held hostage by ISIS militants

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