Daniel Rye, a 26-year-old photographer from Denmark was held captive in Syria for over a year and one of his captors was the infamous masked executioner called Jihadi John aka Mohammed Emwazi.
Aside from the sadistic beatings and threats he endured, he also was subject to some truly bizarre requests.
He told Danish broadcaster DR:
“He picked me up and I had to dance the tango, John and I. My head was down and afraid of being beaten. He led me around the prison. Suddenly, he changed and just pushed me down. They kicked and hit me. They finished by threatening to cut my nose off with pliers and things like that.”
These sick individuals derive humor and pleasure from the torture and mental games they play with prisoners.
In a vivid new description of ISIS’ brutal executioner, a former hostage says his captor was not only sadistic, but bizarre.
Daniel Rye, a 26-year-old photographer from Denmark who was held captive in Syria for more than a year, said that one of his jailers was the hooded figure in black who spoke in ISIS execution videos.
In an interview this week, Rye described an encounter with the man, who has been nicknamed”Jihadi John” by the British tabloids.
Jihadi John hasn’t been seen in an execution video since January. Do you believe he is still alive? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below!