ISIS demands $6.6 million ransom and release of a convicted terrorist for American woman aid worker in Syria

A third American hostage held by ISIS has been identified as a 26-year-old bleeding heart American woman who was kidnapped a year ago while doing humanitarian relief work in Syria.

(She’s probably worth a lot of money to them now, as no doubt, they have her working as a sex slave)

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ABC News  The terror group is demanding $6.6 million and the release of U.S. prisoners for the life of the young woman, whom a representative for the family requested not be identified.

She is the third of at least four Americans who were known to be held by ISIS, the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria. American journalist James Foley was executed by the group in a video that appeared online last week. Another writer, Steven Sotloff, was seen alive but under duress in the same footage.

In addition to the multi-million dollar ransom, the terror group has also demanded that the U.S. release Aafia Siddiqui, an MIT-trained al-Qaeda affiliated neuroscientist who was convicted by the U.S. in 2010 of trying to kill U.S. officials two years before, according to a supporter of Siddiqui who has been in contact with the hostage’s family.

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