ISIS is using Kasasbeh to stretch into Jordan

ISIS group failed to conclude a prisoner exchange deal, which was supposed to remove gang character, and make it a state, but the mystery which surrounded the fate of the Jordanian pilot Moath Kasasbeh, has halted the progress of the exchange process, because Jordanian government didn’t receive guarantees about the safety of the pilot.

The enigmatic question remains, what is the fate of Moath Kasasbeh?

ISIS group which sent messages about the pilot on the lips of the Japanese hostages, it was better if it sends them on Moath’s tongue, maybe it could embarrass the government of Jordan, and forced it to release Rishawi, but the leaks from within the group, and Tweets of its supporters on social media, confirm that Kasasbeh may be killed long ago, and this is the reason for his absent even in voice messages of the group.

The threat of Kasasbeh Clan in Jordan to start a revolution and to join ISIS, had a role in raising ambitions of ISIS to expand to Jordan, and pushed the group to hide the news of pilot execution, to put the Jordanian government under the questionings of people , and shows the group as a compassionate father who tried to save the soul of Kasasbeh until the last moment.

ISIS group extended the execution deadline for three times, imposing impossible terms, so there is no ensure to extradite Kasasbeh, and there is no proof that Kasasbeh still alive, and if he will be extradited later or not.

Although ISIS has failed to prove itself as a part of dialogue and the exchange of prisoners with the states of the world, but it has succeeded in fueling the Jordanian street against his government, and made it appear careless about the lives of their citizens.

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media activist from the city of Raqqa, student at the Faculty of Law at the University of the Euphrates. Director of the Media Office of Raqqa, founding member of "Raqqa is Being Slaughtered Silently", founding member of the documentary project of "Sound and Picture". I work in documenting violations committed by Assad's regime and ISIS group and extremist organizations inside the city of Raqqa, as I work in programming, design and visual media. I hold a certificate of coach in digital security, and a certificate of journalist coach, and a certificate in documenting violations against human rights, and a certificate in electronic advocacy. I underwent a training under the supervision of "Cyber-Arabs" in collaboration with the Institute for War and Peace "IWPR", about the management of electronic websites and leadership of advocacy campaigns, and a training of press photography under the supervision of the photojournalist "Peter Hove Olesen".

1 Comment

  1. John Bull
    February 3, 2015 - 6:29 pm

    It looks like they put him in a cage and burnt him alive. I think its highly unlikely though that the Kasasbeh Clan will join ISIS after they did what they did to the pilot. More likely they’ll demand some sort of vengeance against ISIS in the way of punitive bombing raids of ISIS held cities and town in Syria. From talking to folk in Amman, theres far more anger at ISIS for their deception and cruelty, then there ever was with the King.

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