london - British Prime Minister David Cameron unfolds this week its new strategy against the Sunni extremists of Islamic State (IS). He will then according to British media sufficient parliamentary support for air strikes on Syria. It is assumed that these will soon be carried out by British Tornado fighter planes.
Britain is like the Netherlands, a country from the coalition put forward by the US against IS that to not participate diplomatic and legal reasons airstrikes on Syria. However, the British and Dutch bombard targets in Iraq. That is because Iraq expressly asked the military aid. Syria and Iran, Russia has asked for military help, but none of the Western and Arab coalition led by Washington.