Jordan considers tough strategy against ISIS
Jordan is considering sending troops to Syria to fight ISlamic State militants.
ISRAEL - Jordanian officials are considering sending ground troops to Syria to fight the Islamic State.
It follows the killing of a Jordanian pilot who was burnt alive by ISIS militants.
So far Jordan has executed two convicts in retaliation, a female suicide bomber and an Iraq member of al-Qaeda.
The Jordanian pilot's father says what was done to his son is more than criminal, even animals couldn't do this he said
Jordan is the member of the United State (US)-led coalition carrying out airstrikes against ISIS.
And while some Jordanians are urging revenge, others say they have already paid too higher a price.
The united Arab emirates, one of four Arab nations in the anti ISIS coalition, recently stopped airstrikes saying it would not resume them they until better contingency plans are made to rescue downed pilots.