He was intent on murdering many more people, so this was an act of self-defence. It was the right thing to do.Emwazi was known for the brutal murders of Japanese citizens Kenji Goto and Haruna Yukawa, American journalists Steven Sotloff and James Foley and aid worker Abdul-Rahman Kassig, as well as British aid workers David Haines and Alan Henning. Read more: Russia votes to put ground troops in Syria
Cameron said "Nothing will bring back David and Alan. Their courage and selflessness stand in stark contrast to the empty callousness of their murderers. Their families and their friends should be proud of them, as we are. They were the best of British and they will be remembered long after the murderers of ISIL are forgotten." Emwazi was born in Kuwait but grew up in London, graduating from the University of Westminster.