British Prime Minister David Cameron sounds like he is not messing around when it comes to ISIS, and sees them as a real threat that needs to be wiped out. Check it out…
British Prime Minister David Cameron said Sunday he will work with allies to defeat the terrorist group Islamic State, and that countries must “drain this poison from our society,” after the militants released a video showing the beheading of British aid worker David Haines.
Cameron, who was attending a wedding on Saturday, raced back to London overnight to chair a meeting of his security Cabinet, including his advisers, officials and intelligence chiefs. The Prime Minister described the murder of Haines as “an act of pure evil” in a tweet from his official account.
The 44-year-old Haines was abducted in Syria in 2013 while working for an international aid agency. The British government had managed to keep his kidnapping secret out of concern for his safety until another video recently released by Islamic State, also known as ISIS, identified him as a captive.
“We must confront this menace. We must drive back, dismantle and ultimately destroy [ISIS],” Cameron said in his remarks Sunday. He reiterated that Islam is a religion of peace, and said of the militants, “they are not Muslims; they are monsters.”
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