ISIS Photo Appears To Show Jordanian Pilot Burnt Alive [GRAPHIC]

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ISIS published several photos Tuesday allegedly showing Jordanian pilot Muadh al Kasabeh being burned alive. A trail of gasoline leading to Kasabeh’s cage is seen being ignited, then he is engulfed by flames.

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ISIS militants seized al-Kassasbeh after his jet crashed in Syria in December. The terror group said it captured him after he ejected from his crashing F-16 during U.S.-led coalition airstrikes near ISIS’s de facto capital, Raqqa.

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ISIS said last month it would release Kasabeh (and Japanese hostage Kenji Goto) if Jordan freed Sajida al Rishawi, a failed suicide bomber in jail since the 2005 bombing of hotels in Amman. Jordan agreed to the prisoner exchange but wanted “proof of life” on al-Ksasbah first. When ISIS didn’t offer such proof—and it’s not immediately clear when this new execution was recorded—it executed Goto, who was forced to say al-Ksasbah would die next. Jordan promised to execute ISIS prisoners if Kasabeh was killed.

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