Anger as less than A THIRD of Muslim nations sign up to coalition against ISIS
A TOP British official has taken aim at some Muslim nations during a meeting at the United Nations this week, slamming them for not clamping down on extremism.
By SIOBHAN MCFADYEN
PUBLISHED: 17:27, Fri, Nov 18, 2016 |
Matthew Rycroft delivered a strongly worded speech at the UN this week
It comes as it can be revealed just 18 out of 57 Muslim majority world states have signed up to a coalition against ISIS.
The UK’s permanent representative to the UN, Matthew Rycroft, delivered a strongly worded speech blasting what he called “evil groups” and saying not enough is being done.
The comments came as the UN general assembly supported a plan by the Islamic Development Bank to invest £7.2bn to tackle the cause of terror.
Suicide bombings are a daily issue around the globe.
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