David Cameron epitomises the problems the West have in dealing with Islamic terrorism…gutlessness.
David Cameron today called on the BBC not to use the phrase ‘Islamic State’ when referring to the terror group operating in Iraq and Syria.
The Prime Minister – who calls the group ‘ISIL’ – said Muslims would ‘recoil’ at the phrase being used to justify the ‘perversion of a great religion’.
He insisted that the battle against extremists targeting Britons around the world can be won but will require ‘extraordinary resolve and patience’.
Gunman Seifeddine Rezgui targeted tourists at the Tunisian beach resort of El Kantaoui near Sousse on Friday morning, killing 38 people including up to 30 British tourists.
It makes it the worst terror attack on Britons since the July 7 London bombings in 2005.
Hakim Rezgui, the father of the gunman, last night claimed extremists had ‘ruined his son’s brain’. Read more »