Dr. Najib Ismat, 40, a cardiologist shown here with his family, suspects relatives pointed him out to a gang of kidnappers in Afghanistan. "Perhaps they received a small share of the ransom," he said. (Nancy Youssef/MCT)
Dr. Najib Ismat, 40, a cardiologist shown here with his family, suspects relatives pointed him out to a gang of kidnappers in Afghanistan. "Perhaps they received a small share of the ransom," he said. (Nancy Youssef/MCT) Nancy Youssef / MCT
Dr. Najib Ismat, 40, a cardiologist shown here with his family, suspects relatives pointed him out to a gang of kidnappers in Afghanistan. "Perhaps they received a small share of the ransom," he said. (Nancy Youssef/MCT) Nancy Youssef / MCT

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