ISIS Releases ANOTHER Beheading Video, Says American War Veteran Is Next

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October 3, 2014 2:32pm PST

ISIS released a video on Friday showing Jihad John behead British hostage Alan Henning. The video followed the formats of the previous ones: Henning gives a brief speech condemning his government before Jihad John approaches and beheads him.

“I am Alan Henning. Because of our parliament’s decision to attack the Islamic state I as a member of the British public will now pay the price for that decision,” Henning tells the camera.

Jihadi John then adds, “The blood of David Haines was on your hands Cameron, Alan Henning will also be slaughtered but his blood is on the hands of the British parliament.”

The vicious terrorist then grabs Henning’s throat as the screen cuts to black. The next shot is of Henning’s body on the ground.

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Afterwards, Jihadi John reveals his next hostage to be American war veteran Peter Kassig.

“Obama you have started your aerial bombardment in Sham (Syria) which keeps on striking our people, so it’s only right we continue to strike the necks of your people,” Jihadi John says as he makes it clear that Kassig will be the next to die if his demands are not met.

Henning was a British Aid worker who was kidnapped by radical Islamists last year. His mother had recently released a plea begging for the life of her son. David Cameron, the British Prime Minister, quickly issued a statement offering his condolences to Henning’s wife Barbara as well as their children.

Kassig is a 24 year-old from Indiana who is an Iraqi war veteran. After his service, Kassig started a non-profit called Special Emergency Response and Assistance that was focused in the Middle East.

The young veteran was living in Beirut to help refugees of the Syrian crisis when he was recently taken hostage by ISIS. Kassig describes his journey to the Middle East in his profile on a fundraising page:

“When I first started this cause to help those in need, I was on my own but I saw first-hand the shortages in available resources and supplies for people who were suffering in Lebanon, Syria, and Turkey as a result of the violence.

“The amount of feedback and support from people all around the world motivated me to get organised and develop a platform through which people could send donations to support the continuation of my work.”

H/T: Daily Mail 

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