Muath al-Kasaesbeh, the Jordanian pilot captured by ISIS last December, has been reportedly burned alive on an ISIS video.
This news comes less than a week after Jordan offered to trade Sajida al-Rishawi, a female bomber involved in terror attacks on several hotels in Amman in November 2005, in exchange for al-Kasaebeh.
But things went south when Jordan demanded proof that al-Kasaebeh was still alive. When this proof wasn't forthcoming, Jordan then threatened to hang all its ISIS captives.
Now that al-Kasaebeh appears to be dead will Jordan follow through on its threats against ISIS?