UK: David Cameron reflects on ‘millions of victims’ of Isil and Assad in Eid message

 

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Telegraph:

In his official address to mark the festival of Eid, David Cameron urges British Muslims to think of those “driven from their homes” by Isil and President Assad .

David Cameron has urged British Muslims to think of those “maimed, murdered [and] driven from their homes” by Isil and President Assad in his message to mark Eid.

The Prime Minister said the festival was a time to “reflect” on the “millions of victims” caught up in the conflict in the Middle East. He also highlighted the “billion pounds of British aid” being given to help solve the refugee crisis and stop people making “perilous” attempts to get into Europe.

Categories: Europe, UK

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  1. Well, how do we match the words of a retired French Foreign Minister who stated that while in London two years before the first shots were fired in Syria he was told that ‘we will do something in Syria’ …? (with Cameron’s probably hypocritical words?).

    Allah alone knows the truth of what is going on. My personal opinion is that outside forces were and still are very active in destabilization and destruction. It the outside interference would stop (including weapon supplies and ammunition) the killing would stop. As long as weapons and ammunition continues to be supplied it will be very difficult to ‘talk peace’.

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