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American Hostage Had to Buy His Own Plane Ticket After Iran Release

Friday, September 23, 2016 10:54
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The Obama administration like a crime syndicate, flew wooden pallets stacked with chas to the murdering mullahs of Iran and our hostages had to buy their own tickets home. Obama is a demon. Seriously.

Where is the press on this? How is this not a frontpage story? The enemedia is aligned with the leftist/Islamic force.

Obama saddled us, our children and grandchildren with almost 20 trillion dollars of debt — for what? BLM? Iran? ISIS weapons? And the United States of America leaves tortured American hostages to fend for themselves upon their release from a Hitlerian regime.

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“American Hostage Left to Buy His Own Plane Ticket After Iran Release,” September 22, 2016, FOX Business:

Iranian president Hassan Rouhani spoke before the United Nations General Assembly Thursday despite protests from Iranian-Americans who feel Iran’s human rights situation has worsened after sanctions were modified earlier this year.

Pastor Saeed Abedini, one of four American hostages released from Iran in January, shared his disbelief of Rouhani’s annual speech during an interview with FOX Business Network’s Trish Regan.

“I was just telling people that imagine leader of ISIS come to the United States after 30 years of all the executions that they did and leaders of the world shaking his hand. It’s unbelievable,” Abedini said.

Abedini said he and other hostages were left to fend for themselves after flying from Iran to Germany when they were released after the Obama Administration’s $400 million payment to Iran.

After spending a few days in a hospital in Germany, Adedini was surprised to hear that he needed to buy his own plane ticket home.

“We were actually all shocked because I came out; I just had prison clothes and [they] just told us you need to buy your own ticket.”

Abedini said he was physically and psychologically tortured in the Iranian prison to the point where his stomach was bleeding for months from all the beatings.

“The whole last three to five years that I was there, it was just torturing, it was so hard,” Abedini said.

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