By Adam Ali.
Tripoli, 17 July 2015:
Daesh has said that it has seized three foreign “Crusaders” and published photos of the men and . . .[restrict]their passports on social media. “Crusader” is the terrorists’ term for “Christian”.
There are no details of when and how the three, an Egyptian, a Ghanaian and a Nigerian were kidnapped. Their documents show them to be respectively as Bekhit Nageh Efrank Ebeid, Kofi Frimpong Sekyere and Ibrahim Adeola. In its publicity, the terrorists muddle up the first and family names.
Daesh’s “Barqa Province” claimed that the men were picked up at roadblocks during a “security” operation.
The picture published of the blindfolded Ghanaian Sekyere appear to show him wearing an orange jumpsuit. [/restrict]