After ISIS’s Call, Frenchman Kidnapped, Threatened With Beheading

Algerian fighters give French president 24 hours to stop anti-ISIS operations.

In a new video that recently appeared online, two masked and armed militants are seen with a man who describes himself as a 55-year-old Nice native named Herve Gourdel.

The man identified as Gourdel then speaks to the camera, saying he is a mountain guide who arrived in Algeria on Saturday and was taken “yesterday” by the militants.

“They are holding me hostage,” Gourdel says. “I implore you, Mr. President, to do everything you can to get me out of this ordeal.”

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The French Foreign Ministry released a statement today acknowledging that a French national had been kidnapped Sunday in Algeria, but said the kidnapping had not yet been claimed.

“Every measure is being expanded to find our compatriot,” the statement said. “The services of the state are mobilized and no hypothesis has been ruled out.”

Gourdel was apparently taken within hours of an ISIS spokesperson releasing an audio message to its supporters around the world urging them to target Westerners from countries in the U.S.-led coalition against ISIS, "especially the spiteful and filthy French."

Last week Hollande announced his nation would join the campaign in Iraq by launching airstrikes against ISIS targets. The U.S. has launched nearly 200 airstrikes against ISIS in recent weeks.

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