Japan stands firm on IS hostage crisis with time running out 일본, 인질사태 대응 난항…현지

Japan stands firm on IS hostage crisis with time running out   일본, 인질사태 대응 난항…현지


Time is running out for Tokyo… which is
grappling with how to free the two Japanese hostages being held by the Islamic State group.
The Japanese government believes the 72-hour deadline given by the extremists is due to
expire at 2:50pm local time. Chief Cabinet Secretary Yoshihide Suga said
all efforts were being made to save the hostages… but described the situation as difficult,
adding that Tokyo had yet to make contact with the IS militants to confirm their safety.
The Islamic State had demanded a $200 million dollar ransom for the release of freelance
journalist Kenji Goto and contractor Haruna Yukawa.
The extremist group has previously killed three Americans and two Britons it featured
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3 Comments

  1. japan should join in air strikes, but if they are not willing them at least throw some intelligence help to track terrorist or something.

  2. このままでは、イスラム国も日本も「列強の思惑」に巻き込まれてしまいます。しかし、幸い、列強は複数ございます。じつは国際社会は一枚岩ではありません。そこで、すべての人質を解放する代わりに、イスラム国として「国家承認」を求め、国家を超えてすべての民族・部族が参加する「中東全体会議」を提唱されては如何でしょうか。これも「神の法」がいう「平和への道」だと確信します。ですから、イスラム国の方々に、すべての人質の解放をお願い致します。

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