U.S. Hostage Kayla Mueller’s Parents Did Not Want Rescue Effort – Wanted Obama Administration To Negotiate With Terrorists….

kayla jean mueller(New York Post) There wasn’t going to be any rescue mission for ISIS hostage Kayla Mueller.

Mueller’s parents asked the Obama administration to negotiate her release instead, Foreign Policy magazine reported, citing a military official familiar with the discussions.

Their wish appears to have run contrary to the stated US policy of never negotiating with terrorists.

ISIS claims the 26-year-old Arizona aid worker was killed Friday in a Jordanian attack near Raqqa in northern Syria, the ISIS capital.

Mueller’s family does not believe she’s dead. In a statement Friday, her relatives said they were “still hopeful that Kayla is alive.”

US officials say there is no proof she was killed. Jordanian officials called the report of her death a “sick trick.” ISIS did not publish any pictures of Mueller’s body.  (read more)

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60 Responses to U.S. Hostage Kayla Mueller’s Parents Did Not Want Rescue Effort – Wanted Obama Administration To Negotiate With Terrorists….

  1. chopp5 says:

    Her parents are in a horrible position and I cant fault them for any choice they made. I do have to ask why the hell she was over there to begin with. She had to be only 23-24 when she went. She had no special job skills or experience and no money to go unless her parents gave it to her. Am I wrong?

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    • doodahdaze says:

      I hope my parents would demand a rescue mission. Then if they killed me the U.S. would turn entire cities of the enemy in to tiny shards of rubble. For example Raqqa. Why not carpet bomb it back to its natural state? Open desert.

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    • booger71 says:

      She was with some kind of Scandinavian relief group helping children do artwork. Although she should be commended for trying to help ease some suffering, when you sign up for to go in the most hostile place on earth, your family should be resigned to you may never come home, and not be asking the president to negotiate with terrorists. I read also that she was also sympathetic to the Palestinians.

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    • BertDilbert says:

      If the US policy is not to negotiate and the parents did not want a rescue mission, then clearly the parents abandoned her. Perhaps now why they cannot accept her death.

      The other option is that the administration is lying about policy, but who would be suprised from an administration that has policy blowing in the wind.

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  2. RoyBaty says:

    She was a starry eyed do-gooder like her parents apparently who believe love will conquer ISIS. Sadly wrong.

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    • canadacan says:

      She’s a very nice girl who was in the wrong place at the wrong time and her parents need their behinds kicked they could have prevented.
      My heart really does feel terrible for all of them.

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      • canadacan says:

        These dingbats go into hostile areas and think they can help .It does no good to tell the local hostile natives who are running at you with a crowbar in one hand and a machete in the other “Stop I have empathy for your local ethnic group”.

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        • doodahdaze says:

          She would have been safer in the U.S. Army. But her mindset exemplifies the Beest’s upcoming policy. Empathy and moral relativism with the enemy. Rush is right. they all think all the worlds problems are caused by evil America.

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        • JohnP says:

          Last week the UN was whining that their relief trucks couldn’t get through to Raqqah. Baghdad has been delivering millions of dollars every month to Iraqi government employees in IS held Mosul, Tal Afar, and Tikrit. Norway funds a hospital in Tal Abyad, where the only patients are wounded IS thugs. All of this ends up feeding IS.

          Welcome to new way to wage war. It’s so PC now.

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  3. doodahdaze says:

    The Obama will just take ISIS off the list of terrorists like the Taliban and Cuba.

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  4. Be Ge says:

    The only thing Obozo has to do is to admit ISIS is in fact, islamic and consists of muslims. He’ d then be able to stand with muslims as previously announced. Too bad Kayla Mueller’s parents probably do not realize any of this…

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      • taqiyyologist says:

        Hey Ghost,

        Has there been evidence that he doesn’t live by that?

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        • Ghost of Gene DebsII says:

          For starters, he’s bombed at least seven Muslim-majority countries, his drones have killed hundreds upon hundreds of Muslim civilians, and his administration has supported regimes that have killed (and continue to kill) far more Muslims than the likes of IS and Al Qaeda have. If he’s a diehard ally of troubled Muslims everywhere, he has a bizarre way of showing it.

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          • taqiyyologist says:

            Point taken.

            But for whom has he done all this. Other Muslims? Capitalists?

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            • Ghost of Gene DebsII says:

              Like his predecessors, would-be successors, and colleagues in the US ruling class, he does it in the service of the American Empire and global capitalism. He would never have been allowed to come to power if he didn’t conform to those interests. Perhaps he once had decent, even progressive intentions for his political career, but they’re clearly not his lodestones now- and neither are the teachings of the Koran.

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          • auscitizenmom says:

            Psst. Remember, he lies. About everything.

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        • seeingeye2 says:

          In this as everything else, I always base my opinions on actions, not words spoken in real quotes or fake quotes. In addition to Obama’s actions that are indications of his reluctance to actually destroy Islamic terrorists, I also believe much can be determined from his facial expressions during certain situations.

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      • stella says:

        He actually did say that, at the end of a complete paragraph. Even your factcheck.org link says that. Yes, he said Arab and Pakistani Americans.

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        • Ghost of Gene DebsII says:

          But not Muslims, as the fake quote claims. The fake quote also eradicates the full context of his statement, which was in relation to Arab and Pakistani Americans being targeted and discriminated against purely because of their ethnicity, like Japanese-Americans during WWII.

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          • stella says:

            Do you really not believe that he was talking to Muslims?

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            • taqiyyologist says:

              In Ghost’s defense:

              He is advocating the KJV translation of the original. I agree with him here.

              The usual translation we get in graphics like this is the “Living Bible” translation of what the person/graphic artist/hack usually uses in the graphic, which erroneously uses the word “Muslims” in quotes.

              This is a linguistic transgression, using quotation marks and things inside them that were not said. Even if that is what we know was meant.

              I’m not a fan of NIV, NASB, NRSV, TLB, NCV, or any other version of the truth than the truth.

              Yes, we know that’s what Obama meant. We don’t put what he meant in his quotes.

              That’s for copyrighting Bible printers.

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            • Ghost of Gene DebsII says:

              Do you really believe all people of Arab and Pakistani descent are Muslim (If Obama was addressing all Muslims, I doubt he’d specifically point to two groups that make up a minority of the world’s Muslim population) and that it’s objectionable for the President of the United States to claim he’d stand with American citizens victimized by xenophobic campaigns?

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              • stella says:

                95-97% of Pakistanis are Muslims. He said Arab and Pakistani because that is who he was addressing at the time.

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                • Ghost of Gene DebsII says:

                  Let’s look at some more figures. There are about 1.6 billion Muslims in the world, only 12-20% of which are Arab, depending on the source. As of 2013, the population of Pakistan was about 182,000,000. Even if the entire Pakistani population, including Pakistani immigrants, was Muslim, they would still make up a smaller percentage of the global Muslim population than Arabs. Since Obama was addressing Arab and Pakistani Americans in particular, not Arabs and Pakistanis in general, we can further narrow down those numbers, and since not all Arabs and Pakistanis are religious, we can whittle them down further. It takes a massive logical leap to assume he was secretly winking at Muslims everywhere.

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                • stella says:

                  You really believe that? I don’t.

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              • stella says:

                By Arab, if he meant Saudi Arab, Saudi Arabia is the birthplace of Islam, and it is an Islamic country.

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                • Les says:

                  I’ve been telling people about statistics. So what if 20% of Muslims are Arabs if Arabs are 93% Muslim? It is a classic straw man. All it illustrates is that fewer people live in the desert than China and India. No kidding. http://www.muslimpopulation.com/asia/

                  Nice try, Comrade.

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                • Ghost of Gene DebsII says:

                  Because Obama’s actual statement was addressed to two specific immigrant communities which collectively make up a tiny fraction of the global Muslim population. My point is that if he was tacitly telegraphing his allegiance to Muslims everywhere (as a ludicrous amount of people seem to believe, given the traction of the hoax-quote on the Right), he framed his audience in an incredibly narrow way-so narrow as to make the entire assumption nonsensical. This whole business about Obama being a secret Muslim is absurd, really. Why push this racist conspiracy theory when there are so many real, substantial things you can condemn the man for?

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          • Burnt Toast says:

            “… being targeted and discriminated against purely because of their ethnicity, like Japanese-Americans during WWII.”

            Bad analogy.

            Japanese-Americans (JAs) being targeted and discriminated against in WWII was primarily the result of a formally declared war between two recognized states, not ethnicity. A significant minority, if not simple majority, of those interned were enemy nationals (the actually were Japanese). A significant minority, if not simple majority, of the who were not Japanese citizens were minor children.

            JAs of interest here resided in a narrow exclusion zone and actually had the opportunity to relocate (at their own financial distress) elsewhere in the country. Conversely, all ‘anglos’ in Japanese (occupied) territory were simply sent off to the POW camps and had a survival rate right up there with anybody in any Japanese POW camp.

            Oddly, the Territory of Hawaii, with the highest JA concentration of any state or territory, simply remained under martial law until the last weeks of the war. On the other side, Japan killed over 100,000 in the Philippine Islands.

            The above is not the end of the abuses JAs suffered, including not even 24 hrs after Pearl Harbor JAs heard the ‘call’ and attacked civilians, numerious instances of behind the lines action, but enough,

            Bad analogy in that it says Obama would side with enemy nationals during a war.

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            • Ghost of Gene DebsII says:

              Red herrings. The crimes of the Japanese Empire do not excuse the crimes of the United States. The government rounded up over 100,000 people (over 60% of whom were American citizens, speaking of simple majorities), deprived them of their legal and human rights, and forced them into prison camps because they happened to share the same ancestry as the state we were at war with. It was a thinly-disguised racial panic. According to numerous studies, legal rulings, and internal government reports (Have you ever heard of the Ringle Report?) there was no military/national security justification for the internment system, as most Japanese-Americans posed no threat to the United States, which many considered their only home. Conditions at the camps varied, but it would be a gross insult to whitewash them. They were wretched things.
              Arab and Pakistani-Americans are enemy nationals now? I’m afraid I didn’t get the memo.

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              • Les says:

                White people are still angry, the Japanese American community let it go a long time ago.

                I know this because I have spoken to several while visiting Manzanar. In fact, they moved most of the houses off Manzanar and now white people live in them. They were built like the military family housing used in that era. I also remember all the restitution hearings in the 80’s. We housed Germans and Italians, too, but you forgot to put that. Because they are lighter?

                People do crazy things when they are at war. Japanese Relocation wasn’t our finest moment, but we have paid restitution and apologized. We didn’t run death camps or have mass graves like the Obama-didn’t-really-mean-Muslim folks.

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                • Ghost of Gene DebsII says:

                  Yes, the government did target Germans and Italians, but I didn’t mention them because they were imprisoned in far smaller numbers than the Japanese/Japanese-Americans, and because the campaign against the latter was driven by a distinctly more racist animus. They may have been the national enemy of the day, but Germans (and to a lesser degree, Italians) were still considered white, and therefore deserving of a lesser punishment than the Yellow Peril.

                  On the contrary: the United States has run death camps and filled mass graves on many occasions. The war on the Philippines comes to mind, where American forces forced Filipino civilians into concentration camps where they died (and were murdered) by the thousands. Thankfully the government restricted itself to merely nullifying the idea of civil rights when it came to the Japanese camps. Such progress.

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                • Les says:

                  I was born to a WWII POW who was held in the Philippines. I could trump your atrocities. I didn’t read what I know about the realities of WWII, I listened intently at night from my bed while the old guys told their stories.

                  You are able to tell your revisionist tale of woe because of those men and women. You forgot to mention that part, too.

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                • Burnt Toast says:

                  …Test to post a pic…

                  Manzanar bulletin board – see Sharpy for story – TL:DR – they could leave for work, a skeptical resident posted a sign questioning the job opportunities.

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              • Burnt Toast says:

                “over 60% of whom were American citizens, speaking of simple majorities”

                More than half of those were Japanese citizens, many if not most reaffirmed loyalty first to Japan. Enemy nationals. Even then, they were directed to move out of an exclusion zone, most carried on. Japan rounding up enemy nationals is not a crime (despite what they did with them afterwards). Osama himself stated that civilians are ultimately responsible for their nations conduct.

                “Have you ever heard of the Ringle Report?”

                Have you ever heard of the “Battle of Niihau”?

                “Arab and Pakistani-Americans are enemy nationals now? ”

                Never said they were, Just noted the bad analogy that ‘clarified’ Obama’s statement that he would side with enemy nationals if we were at war.

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  5. AdukeLAXobserver says:

    Activists-aid workers dieing while being held hostage, in the third world, is a first world problem. While I feel for her parents, we shouldn’t negotiate with terrorist. They should have tried harder to talk her out of ever going. Once a hostage, you should feel lucky to have a Jordanian bomb end your life and maybe the lives of a few terrorists. I know I would rather go out that way then letting those barbaric bastards get the satisfaction of doing themselves.

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  6. smarty says:

    I get email updates from missionary/rescue organizations all the time who are in the thick of it in Syria helping refugees. I cannot say in good conscience that it is wrong to go and help those that are completely helpless and desperate. There but God go I. I couldn’t do it, my hat is off to them. I only hope her suffering is short if she is still in the hands of ISIS.

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  7. freepetta says:

    So the parents wanted 0bama to do a Bergdahl for their daughter? I understand a parent’s wish to have their child back. but for Goodness Sake what was she doing there in the first place? If it were my kid, I would have said go and get him, do not negotiate with terrorists, and do it right 0bama you useless POS.

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  8. Ghost of Gene DebsII says:

    Given how poorly previous rescue operations have turned out, I don’t blame them.

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  9. doodahdaze says:

    A few gallons of Sandoz liquid blue in the Mecca water supply might turn the tide. 🙂

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  10. doodahdaze says:

    Their minds must be altered.

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