Show Hide image World 4 February 2015 Cameron condemns "sickening murder" of Jordanian pilot burned alive by Islamic State The Prime Minister says the brutal attack has strengthened international resolve to defeat the extremist militants. Sign up for our weekly email * Print HTML David Cameron has condemned the "sickening murder" of the Jordanian pilot burned alive by Islamic State (IS). Speaking at the beginning of PMQs today, he told the House of Commons: I'm sure the whole house will join me in condemning the sickening murders in Syria of Japanese journalist Kenji Goto and the Jordanian pilot Lieutenant Moaz al-Kasasbeh. I'm sure the thoughts and prayers of the whole House will be with their families at this very difficult time . . . I can assure the House that we will not stop until the murderous Isil extremists behind this, and their poisonous ideology are eradicated. The Prime Minister has also commented separately that the barbaric act against the pilot will only serve to "strengthen" international resolve to defeat the militant extremists: These terrorists' brutal behaviour will only strengthen our resolve. We stand in solidarity with our Jordanian friends and we will continue to work with them and our other Coalition partners to defeat Isil. › Grieving relative confronts DWP minister Esther McVey after benefit sanctions inquiry Anoosh Chakelian is senior writer at the New Statesman. Subscribe from just £1 per issue More Related articles Will Storm Doris affect turnout in the Stoke-on-Trent and Copeland by-elections? What does it mean for Ukip if it loses in Stoke-on-Trent Central? What does François Bayrou's endorsement of Emmanuel Macron mean for the French presidential race?