“Hard military force” needed to defeat ISIL, have peace in Syria 10 Settembre 2015 By Redazione Islamedianalysis British Prime Minister David Cameron said that his country will have to use “hard military force” in Syria to defeat the Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) and secure peace, ridding the country of the terrorist group and the Syrian regime. Cameron made the remarks during his first Questions since the summer recess. The Prime Minister said that only so much could be done with aid spending and taking in refugees to solve instability in the country. “We can do all we can as the moral, humanitarian nation at taking people and spending money on aid and helping in refugee camps,” Cameron said. “But we have to be part of the international alliance that says we need an approach in Syria which will mean we have a government that can look after its people.” He stressed that “(Syria President Bashar) Assad has to go, ISIL has to go and some of that will require not just spending money, not just aid, not just diplomacy, but it will on occasion require hard military force.” Cameron noted that the “eastern Mediterranean crisis is because Assad has butchered his own people and because ISIL have in their own way butchered others, and millions have fled Syria.” Meanwhile, the Prime Minister defended the plan to that his country would receive 20,000 Syrian refugees till 2020. They will come from refugees in Syria neighboring states. For Cameron, it is better for the refugees to remain in neighboring states like Turkey and Jordan, to make it easy for them to return home when the crisis ends. Britain has offered more than 1 billion Sterling to the Syrian refugees and governments of neighboring states that received millions of them.