British Labour Leader Jeremy Corbyn is making headlines in the UK again this week after he suggested he wouldn't have ordered Mohammed Emwazi, more commonly known as Jihadi John, to be killed.
According to Express, Corbyn – a massive “anti-war” supporter said he was “awaiting an explanation” on why the ruthless ISIS terrorist was killed.
He told ITV News, “I would only authorise actions that are legal in the terms of international law.”
When pressed on if he believed the strike was legal he added, “I question that. Surely if somebody is doing something wrong you act legally against them. If we are setting ourselves up as the West, as in accordance with the UN, with international law and of our own laws, then I think we have to act in accordance with them.”
“I am awaiting an explanation of where the legal basis was for that incident that went on. Obviously people planning things to attack others is wrong, but there is a process to go on about that. That is why I am looking for a political process,” he concluded.
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