Terror group claims Iraqi hostage beheaded
In separate kidnapping, video of militants threatening Jordanian aired
An Islamist terror group posted a video on its Web site Saturday that it claims shows the beheading of a Baghdad contractor.
In a statement, the Army of Ansar al-Sunna said it captured Barie Dawood Ibrahim -- whom it described as a "traitor." The group's claims cannot be verified by CNN.
The video showed the man holding his identification card and stating his name.
He also said he worked on water, air-conditioning and telecommunications projects for the U.S. and Iraqi forces over the last few months.
The group said Ibrahim faced "God's judgment" and then apparently decapitated him.
It is the same group that claimed responsibility for the recent killing of 12 Nepalese hostages.
Meanwhile, the Arabic-language Al-Arabiya television network showed a videotape Saturday of kidnapped Jordanian truck driver Hisham Taleb al-Ezza.
Militants on the tape threatened to kill him in 72 hours unless his employer stops operating in Iraq.
Al-Ezza works for the Baghdad subsidiary of Star Line, a Jordanian company that does transportation contracting with the U.S. military.
On the tape, the driver begged his manager to close down the offices in order to save his life.
The hostage's son, Munther, told CNN his father has been working for the company for the past three to four months. He said he was in touch with his father daily until Wednesday and could not reach him on Thursday.
The son said the hostage takers gave al-Ezza the right to call his family for two minutes. In the call, Munther said his father told him that he was in good condition.