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It was March 23, 2006, and Loney's first day of freedom after 118 days as a hostage of an Iraqi group called The Swords of Righteousness Brigade. When he entered the operations centre in Baghdad's fortified Green Zone, he stared at a photo of himself staring back. There were also photos of fellow ...
The Canadians, part of a Christian Peacemakers Team, held hostage for four months by the previously unknown Swords of Righteousness Brigade, lived to tell the story. A fourth hostage, U.S. citizen Tom Fox, didn't make it. His body was discovered earlier in the month in Baghdad. Read more about:.

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A: At the time, a group calling itself the Swords of Righteousness Brigade claimed responsibility for our kidnapping. Very little information about the kidnapping has been publicised by the Coalition Forces. However, recently released documents from US Central Command indicate that the Swords of ...
He was kidnapped, along with three other men (one of whom was killed), by a previously unknown group called the Swords of Righteousness Brigade. He was eventually freed during a military operation on 23 March 2006, and the first thing he did when he returned to England was walk into his garden.
They were blindfolded, bound and taken to a house where they were held for almost four months by a group calling itself the "Swords of Righteousness Brigade." Fox was killed, but the other three were rescued and brought home. Now Loney, one of the world's exemplars of Christian nonviolence, has ...

(The name of the "arrows" brigade was apparently inspired by the name of an authentic Islamic extremist group that briefly surfaced in Iraq in 2005-2006: the "Swords of Righteousness Brigade." But the sword is a traditional part of Islamic symbolism and crossed swords, as used in the "logo" of the "Swords ...
The Swords of Righteousness Brigade, an insurgent group, has said it was holding the men and threatened to kill them if all Iraqi prisoners were not released. Mr. Fox, who had two grown children, "was the gentlest soul that I think I have known in my life," said Bob Sekinger, who said he had known Mr. Fox ...
A group calling itself the Swords of Righteousness Brigade kidnapped Fox on November 26 along with three other members of Christian Peacemaker Teams: Briton Norman Kember, and Canadians James Loney and Harmeet Singh Sooden. During a news conference, the Rev. Carol Rose, a Christian ...
... March 23, 2006, and Loney's first day of freedom after 118 days as a hostage of an Iraqi group called The Swords of Righteousness Brigade.
... part of a Christian Peacemakers Team, held hostage for four months by the previously unknown Swords of Righteousness Brigade, lived to ...
A: At the time, a group calling itself the Swords of Righteousness Brigade claimed responsibility for our kidnapping. Very little information about ...
... along with three other men (one of whom was killed), by a previously unknown group called the Swords of Righteousness Brigade. He was ...
... bound and taken to a house where they were held for almost four months by a group calling itself the "Swords of Righteousness Brigade.
But the sword is a traditional part of Islamic symbolism and crossed swords, as used in the "logo" of the "Swords of Righteousness Brigade," ...
26, 2005, by a group calling itself the Swords of Righteousness Brigade. One peace worker, 54-year-old Tom Fox, was shot and killed and ...
The Swords of Righteousness Brigade, an insurgent group, has said it was holding the men and threatened to kill them if all Iraqi prisoners ...

A group calling itself the Swords of Righteousness Brigade kidnapped Fox on November 26 along with three other members of Christian ...
... March 23, 2006, and Loney's first day of freedom after 118 days as a hostage of an Iraqi group called The Swords of Righteousness Brigade.
... part of a Christian Peacemakers Team, held hostage for four months by the previously unknown Swords of Righteousness Brigade, lived to ...
The 10 day visit increased to three months when I was kidnapped by the Swords of Righteousness Brigade. They gave me plenty of time to ...
A: At the time, a group calling itself the Swords of Righteousness Brigade claimed responsibility for our kidnapping. Very little information about ...
... unknown group called the Swords of Righteousness Brigade. He was eventually freed during a military operation on 23 March 2006, and the ...
... bound and taken to a house where they were held for almost four months by a group calling itself the "Swords of Righteousness Brigade.
26, 2005, by a group calling itself the Swords of Righteousness Brigade. One peace worker, 54-year-old Tom Fox, was shot and killed and ...
The Swords of Righteousness Brigade, an insurgent group, has said it was holding the men and threatened to kill them if all Iraqi prisoners ...
A group calling itself the Swords of Righteousness Brigade kidnapped Fox on November 26 along with three other members of Christian ...
It was March 23, 2006, and Loney's first day of freedom after 118 days as a hostage of an Iraqi group called The Swords of Righteousness Brigade. When he entered the operations centre in Baghdad's fortified Green Zone, he stared at a photo of himself ...
The Canadians, part of a Christian Peacemakers Team, held hostage for four months by the previously unknown Swords of Righteousness Brigade, lived to tell the story. A fourth hostage, U.S. citizen Tom Fox, didn't make it. His body was discovered ...
The Canadians, part of a Christian Peacemakers Team, held hostage for four months by the previously unknown Swords of Righteousness Brigade, lived to tell the story. A fourth hostage, U.S. citizen Tom Fox, didn't make it. His body was discovered ...
The 10 day visit increased to three months when I was kidnapped by the Swords of Righteousness Brigade. They gave me plenty of time to learn about the operations of CPT in discussion with fellow kidnappees Jim Loney and Tom Fox who as full CPT ...


 

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