Thursday, February 05, 2015

:Rashad Martin, February 5,, 2015, 5:30pm, Global Crime

The Middle-Eastern country Jordan has responded to the recent execution of Jordanian pilot Moath Al-Kasasbeh, by the Islamic Group of Iraq and Syria.  Jordan ordered hits on all ISIS training centers, arms and ammunition depots, and named the air mission Moath the Martyr.  These series of events could possible spark a war, because Jordan's armed forces has called this only the beginning. Kasabeths father has been a strong force with the retaliation process. On Wednesday, Jordan executed two prisoners whom may have had ties to the ISIS, but he demanded for more action to occur, because his sons life didn't compare to two criminals. Jordanian Foreign Minister Nasser Judeh later told CNN that the airstrikes marked the beginning of his nation's retaliation over the pilot's death, but at the end, he plans to destroy ISIS completely. Jordanian king, King Abdullah told the pilots family that he plans to avenge his sons death in a relentless fashion, so they can see more action on the ground rather than the air.
Recent reports have stated that the ISIS have been showing the execution video in a nearby city named Raqqa. The video also includes a young boy saying that he would have burned the pilot too if he had the chance. Even though the video was released on Tuesday, Jordanian authorities think the execution was done at least a month ago.ce. He also said  all Arab tyrants should also be burned. The purpose of this video was to instill fear into all of the people ISIS saw as enemies.

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