Terrorism from ISIS has crossed many borders, and in response British Prime Minister David Cameron wants the Royal Air Force to cross one more to hunt the group down—in Syria. So far, the British have officially limited their air strikes against ISIS (also known as ISIL or Islamic State) to Iraq, a friendlier nation to the UK than Syria, which is led by brutal dictator Bashar al-Assad. But that’s going to change, if Cameron gets his way.
“Success in Iraq in squeezing the so-called caliphate [ISIS’ Islamic empire] is put at risk by our failure to act in Syria,” said Cameron to the British Parliament on Thursday. “This border is not recognized by ISIL and we seriously hamper our efforts if we stop acting when we reach the Syrian border.” … Continue Reading