Missing America Hostage Jeffery Woodke Still Alive

Its against Sharia to take monks or men of the cloth. Even Christian ones. But when did rules ever stop al-Qaeda.

In October it will be a year since Jeffery Woodke, 56, an American humanitarian worker, was kidnapped from his home in Abalak, Niger, by armed men who killed two guards before driving him across the desert into neighboring Mali. Since the abduction, nothing has yet been said about him by the jihadis.

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Woodke, who is from McKinleyville, California, is a longtime aid worker with the Youth With a Mission charity and has been living in Niger since 1992, helping local tribes overcome drought and food shortages. On the website of The Redwood Coast School of Missions, a Christian mission based in the town of Arcata in California, he is listed as an instructor.

The FBI kidnapping notice shows a stocky man with a gray goatee and a winning smile. In Abalak, he spoke the local language, wore a turban and traditional dress, and was very well-liked. The town’s mayor reportedly said after the kidnapping it was “such a devastating shock the whole city cried.”

A U.S. State Department official speaking on background told The Daily Beast the case is being followed closely and there is “enough information to know that he is alive,” but would say nothing more specific than that.

We pray for his immediate and unconditional release.

Posted by: Howie at 01:09 PM

Comments

1 Gee Hoeie it is almost like must of the Muslims in that city had good things to say about him
Is tjat even legal under sharia law ?

Posted by: Dislocated at July 23, 2017 11:12 AM

2 100 years from now the only remembered legacy of the obama administration will be the enabling of the advancement of ISIS (And probably involvement in the H Clinton treason).

Posted by: dangleworthyandflint at July 25, 2017 05:33 AM

3 simply put - islam is the enemy of civilization.

Posted by: terafin at July 26, 2017 04:46 PM






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