American Hostage Jill Carroll Free (Updated)
American journalist Jill Carroll has been freed by her captors. This post will be updated throughout the day. Scroll through for updates.UPDATE: Jill Carroll video interview here. Hat tip: Allah Another update: The terrorists of 'The Revenge Brigades' have released a video shot just prior to Jill Carroll's release. You can see the raw video here. A more detailed report and images from the new Jill Carroll video is here. In it Jill Carroll seems more than eager to give the 'correct' answers asked by her captors. It's quite sickening some of the answers she gives, but understandable under the circumstances. But, before you accuse Jill of being a victim of Stockholm Syndrome, keep in mind that she was under duress. Jill Carroll had been held hostage for nearly three months by a terrorist organization calling itself 'The Revenge Brigades'. The group killed her translator, but Carroll's driver escapted. The group had demanded the release of all female Iraqi prisoners or they would execute Carroll, but let several deadlines pass & it was never clear just how serious the threats were. Contrary to media reports, a group calling itself 'The Revenge Brigades' had been involved in kidnappings prior to Jill Carroll. A group with the same name held an Iraqi born Christian named Minas Ibrahim al-Yusufi, who had Swedish citizenship, hostage for some months. The group initially threatened to behead him, released a hostage video, and then, like Jill Carroll, he was released unharmed. At the time, rumor was that a ransom had been paid. This demand, along with the timing , had led to speculation that The Islamic Army in Iraq was somehow involved in Jill Carroll's kidnapping. The Islamic Army in Iraq is one of the main terror organizations in Iraq and has been involved in several high profile kidnappings and routinely murders hostages. The group has also been linked to the kidnapping of four Western activists, one of whom--American Tom Fox--was found murdered on the streets of Baghdad. The remaing three were rescued by Coalition forces. Several videos had been released by the terror organization showing Ms. Carroll. In the first hostage video, The Revenge Brigades threatened to murder Jill Carroll. In the second hostage video, Jill Carroll seemed to be under duress and could be seen crying. In the final short video, Jill Carroll seemed to be well and in good spirits. For more information on the Jill Carroll hostage crisis please see our archive devoted exclusively to Jill Carroll. For more information on other hostages in Iraq, please see our extensive hostage archive. AP:
Yesterday, Jill Carroll's twin sister had made an emotional video taped appeal for Jill's release.
"I was treated well, but I don't know why I was kidnapped," Carroll said in a brief interview on Baghdad television. Even though the group threatened twice to kill her in videotapes, Carroll said, "They never hit me. They never said they would hit me." She was wearing a light green Islamic headscarf, a gray Arabic robe and looked well. "Obviously, I want to be with my family," she could be heard to say under the Arabic voiceover. "I'm just happy to be free. I want to be with my family.
The twin sister of kidnapped journalist Jill Carroll pleaded for her release on Arab television Wednesday, saying her sister is a "wonderful person" who is an "innocent woman." Katie Carroll read a statement on Al-Arabiya, noting that there had been no word from her sister's captors in Iraq in almost two months. "I've been living a nightmare, worrying if she is hurt or ill," Katie Carroll said, according to a transcript released by the Christian Science Monitor. "There is no one I hold closer to my heart than my sister and I am deeply worried wondering how she is being treated."Some are speculating that Carroll's release comes because of increased efforts to free hostages by Iraqi and Coallition troops. Her release comes only a week after American troops rescued three peace activists. Apparently, Carroll's captors turned her over to the Islamic Party office in western Baghdad. The Islamic Party is the major Sunni party in Iraq and is a Salaafist organization (wants Sharia and return of Caliphate) with links to the insurgency. According to bRight and Early: Fox News is reporting that her father, Jim Carroll, "wants to thank the thousands who have prayed." Amen. UPDATE:It should be remembered by all that the only statement we have from Jill Carroll was one given by her just after her release in the offices of the Islamic Party and with cameras rolling. Further, it is not necessarily "Stockholm Syndrome" to claim that captors often treat hostages well--they often do. Now the NYT (via Bad Hair Blog) reports that one of the leaders of the Islamic party, Dr. Tariq Al-hashmi, is claiming responsibility for winning Jill Carroll's release. This is very interesting, indeed. Especially after the last few days in which many see a change in the political atmosphere in Iraq, with reports of Sunnis now seeing the Americans as allies to protect them from Shia militias and Shias--the traditional U.S. allies in Iraq--becoming suspect of the Coalition. The Carroll family press release, notice especially:
Finally, our thoughts are with the families of others still being held hostage in Iraq, and we hope that their loved ones will soon return safely to them.Amen. American Dean Sadek is still being held hostage in Iraq. Another update: Natasha and Jeff Tynes are friends of Jill Carroll and Natasha has some very delightful reaction. This post is a follow up to Mike Pechar's earlier story. Reports just in indicate that no ransom or negotiations were made by the Christian Science Monitor, but the leader of the Islamic Party of Iraq, Tariq al- Hashimi, was somehow involved in her release. U.S. officials also deny negotiating for Jill's release. Walid Phares asks intereesting questions, especially about the connection of the jihadis who kidnapped Jill and the Islamic Party. President Bush reacts: "I'm really grateful she was released, and thank those who worked hard for her release, and we're glad she's alive." More updates: Charles Johnson: Her interpreter, murdered during the kidnapping, was not available for comment. Indeed. Committee to Protect Journalists reacts: "We are overjoyed that this ordeal has finally ended and that Jill Carroll has been returned safely," CPJ Executive Director Ann Cooper said. "We continue to call for the release of other remaining captives in Iraq, and we urge armed groups to stop targeting innocent civilians." Judy Klinghoffer speculates that ransom was involved. It would certainly not be the first time ransom was paid for a hostage. If she's right, it would only lead to more Western kidnappings and killings. However, as I hope I've made clear in the above, my suspicions are that the Islamic Party of Iraq--which has ties to the insurgency--was able to secure Jill's release as a political ploy. Both the CSM and U.S. government have denied ransom was paid, although it is not out of the question that the Islamic Party might have used money to influence the hostage-takers. Others: Mike Pechar, Opinion Bug, Hyscience, Stop the ACLU, Outside the Beltway, Danny Carlton, Captain Ed, Clarity and Resolve, Poliblog, Politburo Diktat, Slublog, Small Dead Animals, Wizbang, Scared Monkeys, Right Winged, NTodd, Sandmonkey, Dean Esmay, bRight and Early, Lawhawk, Dan Riehl, Bad Hair Blog, Pajama Media, Boing Boing, Israellycool, Think Progress
Posted by: madmatt at March 30, 2006 08:55 AM
And yes, the prisoners we capture are treated a hell of a lot better than they deserve. What a fool you are.
Posted by: jesusland joe at March 30, 2006 09:01 AM
But TREATED WELL? These men kidnapped her then treatened her with guns on the first tape and (according to Al Jazeera) unreleased portions of the second tape. Jill is clearly compassionate but VERY misguided and unable to alter her basic convictions to accommodate reality. But Jill herself admitted to "not feeling fee" and "not knowing what would happen to me," so perhaps her eyes may yet open.
Doubtful, though. In a statement released to the Christian Science Monitor, her family thanked the Monitor and the Iraqi people for their efforts and support. No thanks to CNN for the media campaign they launched, no thanks to the American people for their prayers and support. The statement then requested that the media and public respect the privacy of the family so they could help Jill recover from her ordeal. Details of Jill's experience would be discussed at the appropriate time.
Waitaminute! Shouldn't JILL be the one to decide what is said and when? Guess her family wants to make sure she says what she should say. First she's manipulated by her captors, now it looks like she might be manipulated by her own family.
I hope not, but not optimistic.
Posted by: WM at March 30, 2006 09:15 AM
Posted by: Robert Savage at March 30, 2006 09:22 AM
Posted by: Robert Savage at March 30, 2006 09:22 AM
We also don't threaten our prisoners with beheadings or death if demands aren't met. Actually come to think of it, our government isn't a bunch of terrorist thug kidnappers as are the scum that kidnapped Jill.
Now for a reality check...
Look out your window and take the real world in. We are at war. Those people you refer to are enemy combatants and your asinine comparison makes you look like an idiot.
How about you spend some time at Club Jihad and then take a turn at Club Gitmo. Then you can tell us how you really feel. Maybe you will feel like the prisoners at Gitmo, happy to be there instead of back home were they will be treated inhumanely.
Posted by: chez diva at March 30, 2006 09:23 AM
Posted by: jesusland joe at March 30, 2006 09:26 AM
Posted by: Robert Savage at March 30, 2006 09:30 AM
Very specific thanks to the CSM and the IRAQI PEOPLE. Very general thanks to everyone else. No thanks to Americans for their prayers and support. Just a request for privacy (understandable) so details can be release when THE FAMILY (not Jill) feels it is appropriate.
Posted by: WM at March 30, 2006 09:38 AM
I sure as hell hope not.
But why would they not treat her well? She's a moonbat sympathetic to their cause-- not an enemy combatant captured on the battlefield.
Posted by: Jesusland Carlos at March 30, 2006 09:38 AM
Posted by: jesusland joe at March 30, 2006 09:38 AM
Posted by: Robert Savage at March 30, 2006 09:41 AM
Posted by: Robert Savage at March 30, 2006 09:42 AM
Regardless, I still rejoice that this young woman is free now to exercise the freedoms we enjoy in this country, even I don't (and probably won't) agree with what she does with them.
Posted by: WM at March 30, 2006 09:54 AM
Posted by: Bob Munn at March 30, 2006 10:00 AM
Posted by: jesusland joe at March 30, 2006 10:03 AM
Posted by: WM at March 30, 2006 10:03 AM
Posted by: Robert Savage at March 30, 2006 10:09 AM
No. And I would be ashamed if we could; The Enemy should not be 'treated well' if something of value can be gained by not.
Such sqeamish cowardice in the face of obvious evil amazes me no matter how many times I see it. I think it insulting to compare an innocent woman trying to help out the Iraqis (no matter how foolish I think that is) with a person who is doing their level best to instate religious fascism to the area or disrupt the rebuilding of a country.
Posted by: MiB at March 30, 2006 10:14 AM
Posted by: Robert Savage at March 30, 2006 10:20 AM
Posted by: WM at March 30, 2006 10:22 AM
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Posted by: Graeme at March 30, 2006 10:29 AM
why are we supposed to treat her with "respect"? Give me one reason. She's a run of the mill moonbat as far as I'm concerned. She placed herself in that situation because of her moonbat ideologies, endangering her life and those of potential rescuers. She's about to go on a speaking tour expousing how great her kidnapper's are, etc. So I'm glad she's free, but "respect"? Nope.
Posted by: Jesusland Carlos at March 30, 2006 10:31 AM
Posted by: Robert Savage at March 30, 2006 10:31 AM
Posted by: Andrew Cochran at March 30, 2006 10:42 AM
"Moonbat" IS a bit strong, J.C. but her empathy is clearly misguided. The road to hell is paved with good intentions.
Posted by: WM at March 30, 2006 10:43 AM
In a word, Liberalism.
Posted by: Jesusland Carlos at March 30, 2006 10:46 AM
Posted by: WM at March 30, 2006 10:50 AM
Taking away someone's freedom is *not* good treatment.
Posted by: Beth Donovan at March 30, 2006 10:58 AM
yes, conservatives can get it wrong too. But to be clear, we conservatives don't base our decisions on feelings and "good intentions." Conservatism appeals to pragmatism, i.e., what works. For example, I feel sorry for poor illegal aliens and their children. But on the macro level, those feelings should not influence how the problem should be addressed. Liberalism, on the other hand, is all about catering to those feelings. Conservatism attempts to be pragmatic, while Liberalism wants only to satisfy those gut feelings, i.e., "good intentions."
Posted by: Jesusland Carlos at March 30, 2006 11:02 AM
Posted by: Mike at March 30, 2006 11:04 AM
Well lefties, I guess this is proof the kidnappers are reasonable folks after all. You CAN gain your freedom from these people. They will treat you well if you just kiss their ass and forget about small things like the head of your friend and driver being blown off. Just put on the birka and say the right things, it will set you free.
Posted by: Brad at March 30, 2006 11:11 AM
Mike, I have to be fair even though I have my own doubts about Jill now. Jill is a liberal, but I've read her stories and she was critical of the Iraqi government and the issurgency as well as the U.S. Still, her stories also developed a "things are much worse now" tone over time. I wouldn't put her in a class with Rachel Corie, but she may have been going in that direction.
Posted by: WM at March 30, 2006 11:12 AM
I'd love to be able to ask her what she was squalling and bawling about in that second video if she was being treated so well.
Posted by: email@example.com at March 30, 2006 11:13 AM
I'd love to be able to ask her what she was squalling and bawling about in that second video if she was being treated so well.
Posted by: Batyah at March 30, 2006 11:13 AM
Posted by: WM at March 30, 2006 11:15 AM
Understand that my disgust is not just for her, but for the MSM in general who down played cold blooded murder by sweeping the killing of someone who was not the "star" of this story under the carpet.
OK honey, he is dead and you now know about it. Let’s hear something other than crickets chirping..............
Posted by: Brad at March 30, 2006 11:29 AM
Posted by: jesusland joe at March 30, 2006 11:47 AM
Yes, this may be a little detail. But there are a lot of little details that are bothering me in this -- being "treated well" when she was sobbing and sending letters begging us to comply, then the wide variation in emotion when videos were filmed. I hope like hell I'm wrong. But it's not safe to make any assumptions when there are just so-many-questions.
AFA the people we take and hold captive -- we are imprisoning people we have good suspicion of meaning us or the Iraqi people harm. The kidnappers in Iraq, on the other hand, are taking innocents hostage -- reporters, freedom workers, infrastructure rebuilders. Not people who mean harm, but rather the very people who want to help. We haven't beheaded anyone yet, either. I don't really think the two situations are comparable.
Posted by: jkw at March 30, 2006 11:48 AM
The esteemed Charles Johnson says it, so let's nod our head silently, and agree.
I say the same thing, and get criticized, oh to be friggin' Charles Johnson.
Posted by: davec at March 30, 2006 11:50 AM
Posted by: WM at March 30, 2006 11:50 AM
Posted by: jesusland joe at March 30, 2006 11:51 AM
I think it was the "send her back" comment that I was responding to in that other thread. I know you were just venting, but others might not.
Posted by: Rusty at March 30, 2006 11:58 AM
Posted by: john Ryan at March 30, 2006 11:59 AM
Hold up a sign when you’re in the audience. How about "Greg won't meet me for a drink”? That way, we will all know it's you
Posted by: Brad at March 30, 2006 11:59 AM
Posted by: Karen at March 30, 2006 12:00 PM
Rubbish. It goes without saying that not all human beings deserve our respect.
Posted by: Jesusland Carlos at March 30, 2006 12:02 PM
And BTW, respect is EARNED not GIVEN. She will have to earn mine back.
Posted by: WM at March 30, 2006 12:23 PM
Well, then - who gives a rats ass what you want, or expect or think?
Think real hard on that one. For all your self righteous posturing and "send em back to die" tough guy BS, you're just another cow at the trough.
Posted by: Angryflower at March 30, 2006 12:49 PM
I feel bad for you, some loser on the internet waiting for this woman to prove that she needs your respect to you.
Ever been in forced captivity? You're some fatass behind a computer saying you have no respect for someone who just went through t that.
Posted by: Angryflower at March 30, 2006 12:52 PM
How do you feel about your minute men killing that translator? I wonder if he had kids, wife, etc...Not that you or the MSM give a s#@t.
Posted by: Brad at March 30, 2006 01:00 PM
Anyway - I was initially perplexed by the fact that she was wearing the hijab, etc. for the interview. There is an explanation, however:
The interview took place at the office of the "Sunni political party" where her captors dropped her off. The workers in this political party's office took her in and promised her safety, contacted authorities and contacted the press. The key here is that the press, traveling lightly, was able to arrive quickly and conduct the interview before the proper armored military escort could get there to pick her up and return her to the International Zone.
She was delivered by her captors to the Sunni political party's office in Islamic garb, she presumably would have had to wear such clothing had she visited the same office of her own free will - and she certainly didn't have a set of Western clothes to change into.
I would imagine that her next interview - given from the safety and comfort of the International Zone - will take place in Western clothes.
Posted by: The Liberal Avenger at March 30, 2006 01:07 PM
Come on - is anybody really calling them Minutemen anymore? It's been almost 3 years since Moore put his foot in his mouth with that one - I doubt that he or anyone else has said anything like it in the past two years.
Would you please start holding King Bush and his band of Merry Men responsible for everything they've been saying over the past 3 years? I seem to remember a little something about the end of major combat operations and something else about the insurgency being in its last throes...
Posted by: The Liberal Avenger at March 30, 2006 01:11 PM
Like I said, put on the birka, say what they want and it will set you free. You’re a great mouth piece for the murdering kidnappers. Read right from the script. You are the insurgency; you are carrying its water.
Posted by: Brad at March 30, 2006 01:19 PM
"Kidnapping" a willing hostage/peace activist
Making a video tape full of crocodile tears
Killing translators who may not be in on the scheme
Supplying Al-Jazeera and Al-MSM with the video footage
Paying ransom to the terrorists?
It would be so much easier to put the Jill Carrolls of the world up for auction on eBay and pay the ransom directly to the Brotherhoods of Wolfitude, (or whatever) via PayPal.
At least no translators would get hurt, the military could stop risking their lives for "peace activists", and we could get right down to paying the pirates so they can buy more Semtex to kill more of us.
Posted by: NuclearTinkerbell at March 30, 2006 01:27 PM
At least all the people killed in these car bombings, kidnappings, etc. will speak English, which will make it much easier to clean up the aftermath. And the victims will either all have health insurance, or in the alternative be covered by medicaid. See how simple everything is when you follow the Democratic Security Plan.
Posted by: jesusland joe at March 30, 2006 01:35 PM
Posted by: Maimonides at March 30, 2006 01:36 PM
Posted by: Oyster at March 30, 2006 01:37 PM
Before you tell everyone else to 'do their research' you might want to do yours:
First video snapshot, with no headscarf, or bed bed sheet dress, suggesting she was wearing neither when captured.
It's long been pointed out she has worn the Hijab in the past.
Posted by: davec at March 30, 2006 01:52 PM
Posted by: pthem at March 30, 2006 01:54 PM
Posted by: jesusland joe at March 30, 2006 02:06 PM
"She was treated well...can the people we take and hold captive say the same?" -- madmatt
Those at Gitmo or even Abu G have not been decapitated with a dull knife or even simply shot to death, so they can still speak.
However, Jill's translator, as Charles Johnson points out, nor the late Mr. Fox, cannot say, either way. As the time proven adage goes, "Dead men tell no tales."
Personally, based on this review of the incident, Jill was in cahoots with her captors. Christian Science Monitor and any other outfit she affilates with is on the dung-heap, as far as I am concerned.
P.S. Before you start arguing about how there have been deaths of internees, I'll ask you to review the events that transpired at Koji Doh, the US operated POW camp during the Korean War. And, please, don't forget how a good number of these detainees WANT to get killed; for stupid reasons of their own. We're having to feed some of them in order to dissuade them of that.
Personally, I'd let them kill themselves. And, tell them that their carcasses will be fed to pigs.
Posted by: Chuck Pelto at March 30, 2006 02:56 PM
Michael Moore may have learned to edit his comments vis a vis the Iraq insurgents and terrorists, but he shows no sign of having changed his views about them given the fact that he's singing pretty much the same song he was 3 years ago. So no, he'll never live his "minutemen" comments down as long as he favors our defeat in Iraq.
Posted by: Jesusland Carlos at March 30, 2006 03:30 PM
should I respect you too? lol! good one.
re "fatass", from the tone of your comments all the time, more likely it's YOU who is a the over-the-hill saggy-breasted fatass divorced bitter Liberal man-hating sow who's just projecting.
Posted by: Jesusland Carlos at March 30, 2006 03:38 PM
We should not assume the worst about her, before we know what happened. Come on.
Posted by: Lisa at March 30, 2006 03:55 PM
"The Mujahedeen in Iraq declare the release of the American journalist Jill Caroll, after keeping her for 3 months and the US army or the CIA couldn't get her, to prove their failure to all the people. Those troops captured tens of innocent pepole and accused them with kidnapping this journalist, today we release her after the American goverment fulfill a part of our requirements after they released some of our women in prisons and to the world, know we have a case, and we defend it till victory or death in the sake of Allah. And know too, that the journalist are the friends of Mujahedeen and their brothers, and their voice which defends them in that world, Jill Caroll go back to your family and your home peacefully and safely,and tell the American people what you saw and heard in those 3 months, cause you witnessed the facts, and we trust you a lot and are sure you will tell the truth without changing."
Posted by: Robert Savage at March 30, 2006 04:05 PM
Posted by: jesusland joe at March 30, 2006 04:06 PM
Tell that fat cow J.J.!
Posted by: Leatherneck at March 30, 2006 04:07 PM
Posted by: Robert Savage at March 30, 2006 04:09 PM
Posted by: jesusland joe at March 30, 2006 04:17 PM
Posted by: Brad at March 30, 2006 04:31 PM
Posted by: Max Power at March 30, 2006 04:58 PM
At last I am free of Large Marge!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Posted by: Angry Flower's Husband at March 30, 2006 05:20 PM
The report estimates that 60% of the prisoners at Abu Ghraib were "not a threat to society" and that the screening process was so inadequate that innocent civilians were often detained indefinitely. Guards invented their own rules and supervisors approved of their actions.
Here is an article echoing that from the London Guardian:
I would like to post a picture of the young boy Ali Abbas here but I don't want to make anyone sick. Google image search his name and "Iraq" if you want to see how well we treat Iraq's innocent civilians.
Posted by: hiroshima joe at March 30, 2006 06:54 PM
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Posted by: George Ramos at March 31, 2006 02:28 PM
Got it? Robert, George, whoever the fuck you are, grow some balls. Does your mom know you swear on her computer?
Posted by: Garner at March 31, 2006 02:32 PM
I never said I was against Bush or America. I was only presenting something that doesn't seem to show up in forums very often: original documents and facts. I am not a left-winger, just anti-war. I do not condone any violence or torture but to claim that the US government is morally superior to our enemy is not a valid arguement in light of evidence to the contrary and an iraqi death toll of 33,000.
the taguba report is from: ARTICLE 15-6 INVESTIGATION OF THE 800th MILITARY POLICE BRIGADE
FROM THE REPORT: "On 31 January 2004, the Commander, CFLCC, appointed MG Antonio M. Taguba, Deputy Commanding General Support, CFLCC, to conduct this investigation. MG Taguba was directed to conduct an informal investigation under AR 15-6 into the 800th MP Brigade’s detention and internment operations."
(you are right jesusland, the military "rag" probably doesn't have any credibility)
Posted by: hiroshima joe at March 31, 2006 03:32 PM
And I am not trying to defend the innocent loss of life in Iraq. It is bad. And it was bad before we got there, and I have little faith that anything can be done to help these people, but I know most of the men in our military have tried to help the best they can, and have not murdered people. They have made mistakes, but they are in a very bad position, and I know I couldn't have done any better.
Posted by: jesusland joe at March 31, 2006 03:54 PM
One of my PSDs was responsible for the Coalition press crews out of the Green Room in the Palace. These STRATCOM (Strategic Communications) folks were top-notch. Good journalists. Trying to get out the feel good stories that get such short shrift in the MSM. They would not have cared much for Miss Demeanor Jill Carroll, I can tell you that. Come to think of it, I don't, either!
Posted by: RangerRuss at March 31, 2006 04:15 PM
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Posted by: George Ramos at March 31, 2006 05:50 PM
Wow, and yet a Marine public affairs officer had this to say about her:
"Her professionalism and objectivity were unparalleled within the media community," Capt. Patrick Kerr, a Marine public affairs officer who got to know Carroll last December, when she spent a month with a Marine unit in Western Iraq, said in an e-mail. "I saw her in Husaybah, on the Syrian border, in early December shortly before I returned to the States. Aside from being very personable and down-to-earth, what really struck me was Jill's bravery. She seemed to fit right in with the marines and Iraqi security forces," he wrote in January.
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Posted by: RangerRuss at April 01, 2006 09:39 PM
So many of you were quick to judge and most of you having never been held captive lacked the compassion and understanding of one of our own. At least you should have given her time to get back home to set the record straight before saying such ugly and negative things.
We have a lot to learn about patience, compassion, understanding of others pain.
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