Sajida has been jailed in Jordan since 2005 after a failed suicide bombing at a hotel wedding celebration that killed at least 57 people and injured 90 more. It was a family affair, her husband managed to set his off.
Jordan had allegedly said that if al-Kaseasbeh was killed they would retaliate by killing Sajida and any other captured Islamic State of Iraq and Syria
Now Jordan has reportedly stepped up its rhetoric by warning of its intent to retaliate if the negotiations end in bloodshed.Okay, Jordan. Time to keep your promise.
Elijah Magnier, chief international correspondent for Kuwait's Al Rai newspaper, told MailOnline: 'I have reliable contact in the Jordanian government who says a message has been passed to ISIS.
'It warns that if they kill the pilot they will implement the death sentences for Sajida and other ISIS prisoners as soon as possible.
'There are other prisoners in Jordan that ISIS would like to free.'
Maybe this will propel Arab nations to finally get their butts in gear and do something about ISIS.
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