David Haines

I will not live by anger and hate. That is the terrorist way
Mohammed Shafiq, chief executive of the Manchester-based Ramadhan Foundation, said: "The killing of Mohammed Emwazi in Syria
Henin (L) With Fellow Hostages Alan Henning, John Cantlie, James Foley And Steven Sotloff READ MORE: Islamic State Sex Slave
The debate over whether to negotiate with Islamic State over their hostages has intensified, after former Guantanamo detainee
Counter-terror police have made more arrests during a motorway swoop as part of an investigation into alleged support of
Islamic State (IS) needs to be eradicated and cannot be allowed to continue as it has been, says the daughter of David Haines
An extraordinary new propaganda video has been published showing a British journalist held hostage by Islamic State in Syria
Fighting ISIL on the homefront is perhaps the most challenging mission of all. We have already seen that both American Citizens and British Subjects have not only been the victims of ISIL, some have left their homes and joined the fight on the side of ISIL. Both president Obama and prime minister Cameron are feeling the public pressure to respond to this home grown threat.
The Prime Minister hailed David Haines as a "British hero" and vowed to "hunt down those responsible and bring them to justice
David Haines, the aid worker murder by Islamic State, has been described as "a British hero" by Prime Minister David Cameron