London: British Prime Minister David Cameron is facing increasing pressure from the former Archbishop of Canterbury Lord Carey to “crush” the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) as the Syrian conflict worsens, driving increasing number of refugees seeking sanctuary in Europe.
According to the Guardian, Carey called for renewed military effort to crush ISIS in Syria.
He also backed calls for British military intervention to help create “safe enclaves” within the country where civilians would be protected from attack by the warring parties in Syria’s bloody civil war.
British politician and member of the Conservative Party George Osborne earlier acknowledged that a comprehensive plan was needed to tackle the refugee crisis “at source”. (ANI)