New Kidnapping in Iraq

#2
This could be interesting as she is actually an iraqi citizen having lived there or 30 years :(
 
#3
Yes but I dont know how much that helps, the two Italian kidnap victims had been working there for years, and there have been Iraqi kidnap victims already.
 
#4
Ozgerbobble said:
This could be interesting as she is actually an iraqi citizen having lived there or 30 years :(
hmmm is a difficult one, she is actually British thoughI believe, I think it's her husband that is from Iraq? I can imagine what the outcome will be already though ;/
 
#5
yep , after they have raped her , they will chop her head off as per usual , will be the first time they executed a women , got to keep up the shock factor :evil: sorry i am being cynical here
 
#7
growler said:
Surely rape is not condoned by the Koran
i wouldn't put it past them after all, they are hardly behaving in a muslim like manner
 
#10
semper said:
yep , after they have raped her , they will chop her head off as per usual , will be the first time they executed a women , got to keep up the shock factor :evil: sorry i am being cynical here
You are totally right though matey, that is exactly what will happen to her, I think they have gone a bit beyond what the koran supposedly says by now? she's a gonner and her and her family knows this, I will be very surprised otherwise.
 
#13
I very much doubt if the jihadists are remotely concerned with the subtly nuanced distinctions as to whether Mrs. Hassan is an Anglo-Iraqi, British-born naturalised Iraqi citizen...... These fellows have displayed a total lack of discrimmination as to whom they snatch. As a civvy, the only way to avoid being kidnapped is to either be lucky or heavily-armed.
 
#14
gallowglass said:
As a civvy, the only way to avoid being kidnapped is to either be lucky or heavily-armed.
Or don't go there in the first place, (and earn hods of wedge!). Sorry, but they all know what they're getting into. Doesn't stop them going to get the wonga. :?
 
#15
Yeah, it;s different with her I reckon though, cos she's lived there 30 years so it's her home, I just think they are kidnapping anyone now, so no-one is safe out there at all.
 
#16
There has been a previous execution of a woman (Gunshot) but that may have been organised crime related.
 
#17
scalieback said:
gallowglass said:
As a civvy, the only way to avoid being kidnapped is to either be lucky or heavily-armed.
Or don't go there in the first place, (and earn hods of wedge!). Sorry, but they all know what they're getting into. Doesn't stop them going to get the wonga. :?
Agreed, but I do wonder if the hoards of civvies heading out to Babylon are really aware of the situation, or do they somehow think that only combatants are in danger? There is a contradictory tendency among them to go galloping out there in the wake of the squaddies and grunts and then start complaining when it all goes pear-shaped.
 
#19
I suppose it was entirely predictable that once again when someone gets kidnapped the reaction is ... civvies ... no idea what conditions are like ... lots of wonga ... serves them right anyway when you see the wonga they are getting...

FFS this woman is an Iraqi resident and she works for a humanitarian NGO. Try researching what salaries these organisations offer ... and the qualifications required... i think you might find most of them are not working for princely rewards.

Maybe for once we might accept that working in full knowledge of the dangers, without the backup WE are used to, is occasionally more to do with courage and service than financial greed or ignorance.
 
#20
Yeah I completely agree with you there. This woman was just doing her ordinary everyday work in her everyday life, this is her home.
 

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