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”...The kidnappers – identified as the previously unknown “Revenge Brigade” – have set a deadline of Friday evening for all Iraqi female detainees to be freed or they will kill Carroll. ...Carroll grew up in Ann Arbor, Mich., and received an undergraduate degree in journalism in 1999 from the University of Massachusetts. She worked as a reporting assistant for The Wall Street Journal before moving to Jordan and launching her freelance career in 2002, learning Arabic along the way. ...The Washington-based Council on American-Islamic Relations flew to the Jordanian capital, Amman, on Thursday and scheduled a news conference Friday in Baghdad. The group said it hopes to reach Arab television audiences and persuade Carroll’s captors to free her. The Bloomfield Hills-based Islamic Shura Council of Michigan, which represents about 20 Muslim groups in the state, told the Detroit Free Press that Carroll’s kidnapping would not help the Iraqi cause. ...”
I hope prayer works, since a lot of us are no doubt doing that, including many a blogger/journalist.
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