Caabu's Joseph Willits spoke to BBC World Service's, World Have Your Say on Friday 6 February about Jordan and the murder of Jordanian pilot Muath al-Kasasbeh at the hands of ISIS. He spoke about Caabu's visit to Jordan with MPs Crispin Blunt, David Jones and Andy Love, who saw the plight of Syrian refugees in the country and the strains the crisis is bringing to Jordan.
"I was in Jordan in December and I heard the stories of those displaced from Syria and I also saw the strains on a country which has long been a regional centre for refugees displaced from various conflicts. Now is the time for Jordan to remain united, and also the time for the international community, especially the UK, to support it. It is not the time for vengeance, and vengeance will not bring back Muath al-Kasasbeh, nor will it defeat the extremists."
You can watch him 31 minutes into the programme, which also has debate and discussion from several Jordanian activists and commentators from Amman.