Islamic State Threatens with beheading two Japanese hostages



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The Islamic state has issued a video in which they show two Japanese captured and threatens to kill them in 24 hrs if they do not receive 200 million dollars.
the Islamic state group (ISIS) threaten this Tuesday of killing two Japanese hostages, in which they demand a 200 million dollar bond rescue to the Japanese government, in a videos issued by Jihadists sites. Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, who was in Jerusalem on Tuesday, as part of a tour of the region, said the threat was unacceptable and promised to save the hostages.
A individual standing in a westland, black dress and holding a knife, along with two kneeling men and dressed in orange clothes, said the Japanese public had 72 hours to press their government to halt its “fool” support the coalition US-led leading a military campaign against the Islamic state.
without specifying the currency, the militant who was speaking in English demanded “200 million”, the video identified the men as Haruna Yukawa and Kenji Goto. The president added that the prisoners’ lives were his “top priority ” and that Japan would not give in to terrorism. The POJ (Abe) is expected to cancel the remainder of his Middle East tour and return to Japan to deal with the hostage crisis.
On a visit to Cairo last Saturday, Abe promised about $ 200 million in non-military assistance to countries fighting the Islamic State, even though the video has no due date. In Tokyo, the Japanese foreign minister said he was checking to see if the video recording was genuine and said that if it was, “this threat by making prisoners is unacceptable and we are extremely offended.”