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Kidnapped Qatari hunters' crisis in Iraq ended

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Kidnapped Qatari hunters' crisis in Iraq ended Empty Kidnapped Qatari hunters' crisis in Iraq ended

Post by jedi17 Fri 21 Apr 2017, 10:21 am

Kidnapped Qatari hunters' crisis in Iraq ended
5:44 PM ADMIN
Baghdad/ Iraq TradeLink: Iraqi security sources reported the release of the 26 Qatari hunters in a

"complicated " deal, where local and regional personalities took part to end it.

The sources added that developed communication systems and great sum of money were found with the kidnapped Qataris.

It was reported that Iraqi Hezbollah Party was the mediator between the kidnappers and the Qatari negotiators.

The British Guardian reported yesterday that the deal included Iran, Qatar and four "militias" in the region to release the kidnapped Qataris.

The 26 Qatari hunters were kidnapped in December, 2015 in the deserts of al-Muthanna province.
Iraqi Interior Ministry's sources reported that the directives of Premier Haidar al-Ibadi managed to discover the kidnappers of the Qatari hunters, pointing that the kidnappers wanted a ransom of 700 million dollars.

"It is an organized crime to get money and has nothing to do with Syrian immigrants", the sources added.


"When the kidnappers discovered that the Iraqi security forces knew the plans, they were obliged to

release the Qataris without getting the ransom they wanted", the sources elaborated.

Other local sources said that Premier Ibadi wanted to confiscate the ransom and not handing it to the kidnappers, because , "if he did it, Iraq will turn to be a state of gangs".

Informed sources said that a US company was one of the mediators that got 200 million dollars as fees, but no confirmation was announced on this topic.

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