Reports have come in that somewhere between 15 and 20 hostages have been released by the Muslim terrorists from the Radisson Blu hotel in Bamako, the capitol of Mali. The hostages had to pass a litmus test, however, prior to being released.
Only those hostages who could recite passages from the Quran were released.
Numerous reports of this unsettling fact have been tweeted. Although the tweet from FOX and Friends indicates that those released included those who could recite the Quran, the news report, as seen in the video, stated that hostages were release only if they could recite passages from the Quran.
LATEST: Mali hotel gunmen free some of the 170 hostages, including those able to recite verses of the Quran https://t.co/b3y9tFmsem
— FOX & Friends (@foxandfriends) November 20, 2015
The Daily Star, based out of Lebanon, had the same report as FOX.
The latest reports also indicate that three people died following the storming of the luxury hotel by these Muslim terrorists.
Ten Muslim terrorists armed with guns and grenades stormed the luxury hotel while shouting Allahu Akbar. The hotel, which is owned by an American company was at 90% capacity. There are varying reports on the number of hostages held ranging from 170 to 200.