President of the Syrian National Coalition, Khaled Khoja, said he "would receive condolences for the Jordanian pilot Mouaz Kasasbeh, whose blood was mixed with the Syrian soil. His remains are with the remains of the martyrs of the Syrian people who were killed by the state of terrorism and the brutal explosive barrels of Assad's regime".
Khoja denounced what he described as "the barbaric crime" committed by ISIS against the pilot Kasasbeh. Khoja said he sent his condolences to the family of Kasasbeh, the Jordanian people and to King Abdullah Bin Al Hussein.
Khoja requested more support to strengthen the Free Syrian Army, which continues to fight the Assad regime and ISIS, achieving victories despite its modest means.
"The Coalition's strikes on ISIS in Kobani, in coordination with the FSA and the forces on the ground, prove we cannot eliminate terrorism without greater coordination with these forces", Khoja said.
Khoja sent his condolences to the families of all Syrian martyrs who die every day by bombs, bullets or under torture at the hands of the Assad regime.
Translated and edited by The Syrian Observer