A kidnapped Jordanian embassy driver has been released in Baghdad, Jordanian Prime Marouf al-Bakhit said on Tuesday.
The driver, Mahmoud Suleiman Saidat, was abducted Dec. 20 by 15 masked men near his home in Baghdad’s southern Sadiya neighborhood.
Al-Bakhit told the Petra news agency that Saidat “was released after thorough efforts over the past two months and he is in a safe place.”
“We thank God for his release, and we hope he will safely return to his parents, children and family,” al-Bakhit said. [source]
There’s nothing more I can say other than thank God and kudos to the King and government for the effort.
Thank God! this is great news, his family must be the happiest now
About time we hear good news. It’s all been sad lately, especially with the latest round of violence in Iraq.
any details how they got him?
am happy for him and for his family!
and I only hope this kidnapping series will stop soon! only innocents are paying this war’s dues.
Thanks be to God. We should now pray for him in the process of recovery from this traumatic time.
That’s wonderful!! el 7amdella!!