First Video of Kidnapped Nigerian Girls Surfaces

The first video of hundreds of abducted Nigerian girls has surfaced from the terror group Boko Haram. INSIDE EDITION speaks with a former Navy SEAL about a possible rescue operation.

Heartbreaking video of the Nigerian school girls abducted by Islamic terrorists has surfaced.

The video, released by the terror group Boko Haram, shows about 130 of the nearly 300 missing girls. There is no word about the fate of the others. The video is being studied for clues about the location where the girls are being held.

Former Navy SEAL Chris Heben of Field Team Consulting discusses how it might be possible to mount a military rescue operation.

Heben told INSIDE EDITION, "We could pull this off relatively easily. It is going to have to be a coordinated attack. It's going to have to be very definitive and decisive and deadly."

The girls are all dressed head-to-foot in Islamic religious garb and can be heard reciting verses from the Koran. Close up shots clearly show they are nervous and frightened.

The leader of the group is in a separate video with a Kalashnikov rifle on his shoulder and waving a bone. He laughs heartlessly during the video and claims the girls have been forced to convert to Islam.

Heben said, "This man, without question, is a lunatic."

The release of the video is adding more fuel to the worldwide #BringBackOurGirls Twitter campaign. The question now is what can be done to save terrified children at the center of the tragedy?

"We need to get in there, get rid of the bad guys and rescue these girls," said Heben.