Japanese Journalist Who Was Held Captive In Syria For Three Years Recounts His Horror

During 40 months of captivity at the hands of Syrian militants, Japanese journalist Jumpei Yasuda was forbidden from moving or making any noise, even while sleeping. Guards told him daily he’d be released, or gave him canned food but no opener.

Yasuda, who arrived home in Japan on Thursday from more than three years of what he called physical and psychological “hell”, told the Asahi Shimbun daily that his captors accused him of being a spy.


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