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by Rukmini Callimachi, Oct. 25, 2014, NY Times.

As a human rights advocate, I want to share this moving human interest story with the Tupelo Daily Journal readers.–Al Bratton, ABratt’s Perspectives

Callimachi: “The hostages were taken out of their cell one by one.

In a private room, their captors asked each of them three intimate questions, a standard technique used to obtain proof that a prisoner is still alive in a kidnapping

James Foley returned to the cell he shared with nearly two dozen other Western hostages and collapsed in tears of joy.” […]

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http://www.nytimes.com/2014/10/26/world/middleeast/horror-before-the-beheadings-what-isis-hostages-endured-in-syria.html

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