Wife of ISIS Captive, Alan Henning, Asks for His Release




The wife of a man whose life was threatened by the Islamic State has asked the terrorist group to “see it in their hearts to release” her husband, Alan Henning, according to a statement provided by the United Kingdom’s Foreign and Commonwealth Office Saturday.

The statement, as reported by The Daily Mirror, describes Henning, who was threatened last Saturday in another ISIS video showing the death of British aid worker, David Haines, as a “peaceful, selfless man.”

Henning, 47, left his job as a taxi driver to go to Syria with Muslim friends to help the needy out of an act of compassion, his wife said. When he was taken last December, “he was driving an ambulance full of food and water to be handed out to anyone in need.” Read more…

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