Iran’s Foreign Ministry spokesman has condemned the brutal killing of a Jordanian pilot by ISIL, urging serious measures to confront crimes committed by terror groups.
Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Marziyeh Afkham has vigorously condemned the savage murder of a captivated Jordanian pilot by the terrorist group, ISIL.
She termed the murder as an inhuman act which did not abide by any Islamic codes of conduct.
Afkham further expressed sympathy with the family of the murdered pilot as well as the Jordanian government and nation.
She then said all those countries which support the terror group are implicated in the heinous crime and advised against adopting selective measures in dealing with terrorism.
The spokesman also stressed the necessity of adopting measures to strongly confront all crimes committed by the terrorist groups.
The terrorist ISIL group released a video on Tuesday which contained images of the 26-year old Jordanian pilot Mouath al-Kasaesbeh who was burned alive.