This is a cowardly terror by a criminal group that has no relation to Islam. It’s the duty of all citizens to stand togetherhe said. The King has also announced the execution of five extremists held in Jordanian prisons, including Rishawi, the Iraqi suicide bomber, requested by ISIS in exchange for the now-slain journalist, Kenji Goto, as a strong message for ISIS. Meanwhile, Kasasbeh's co-fighters at the Jordan army camp mourned his death, pledging to avenge it. Jordan's Army spokesman Col Mamdouh al-Ameri said that the response from Jordan would be "strong and earth-shattering". Describing the executed pilot, a martyr, the Colonel said
While the military forces mourn the martyr, they emphasize his blood will not be shed in vain. Our punishment and revenge will be as huge as the loss of the Jordanians.As condemnation for the cruel act came in from every anti-ISIS coalition nation, condolences also poured in for the pilot, who is the first captive to be executed in a cage with fire. ISIS which has established an army of terror in Iraq and Syria, is planning to further expand its reach and take hold of key Arabic countries, Jordan and Saudi Arabia, according to sources. ISIS has also been in the news before over the beheading of two Japanese journalists, which has created tensions among the executives in Japanese government. This has truly sparked some tension inside the Shinzo Abe's government.