BREAKING: Muslims Kidnap American Professor in Afghanistan – Want Obama To Pay Ransom

Two men were kidnapped by terrorists wearing Afghan military uniforms in Kabul, Afghanistan on Sunday night.

According to FOX News, one of those kidnapped is an American professor. The other is an Australian.

FOX is reporting that up to 5 armed terrorists grabbed the men.

The men were driving from the American University of Afghanistan to their homes when they were abducted.

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The U.S. Embassy in Kabul released the following statement concerning the kidnappings.

“U.S. Embassy security officials are working closely with Afghan law enforcement and security colleagues and AUAF (American University of Afghanistan) to assist in the investigation into the kidnapping,”

The kidnapping comes on the heels of Obama paying Iran a $400 million ransom for 4 Americans who were being held hostage by that country. One of the American hostages told FOX News that Iranian police wouldn’t let their plane leave until the plane with the $400 million ransom payment arrived.

Most likely the Muslims who kidnapped the American and the Australian last night want Obama to pay a ransom for them, also.

This is a developing story.

By Jeff Rainforth
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