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Safi (C), the father of Jordanian pilot Maaz al-Kassasbeh, who was killed by Islamic State (IS) group militants on February 3, 2015 after he was captured by IS when his plane went down in Syria in December, is surrounded by family members and security forces during a mourning ceremony at the headquarters of the family's clan in the Jordanian city of Karak on February 4, 2015. Jordan executed two death-row Iraqi jihadists, including a woman, on February 4 after vowing to avenge the burning alive of its fighter pilot Maaz al-Kassasbeh. Jordan had promised to begin executing Islamic extremists on death row in response to the murder of the pilot. AFP PHOTO / KHALIL MAZRAAWIKHALIL MAZRAAWI/AFP/Getty Images
Safi (C), the father of Jordanian pilot Maaz al-Kassasbeh, who was killed by Islamic State (IS) group militants on February 3, 2015 after he was captured by IS when his plane went down in Syria in December, is surrounded by family members and security forces during a mourning ceremony at the headquarters of the family's clan in the Jordanian city of Karak on February 4, 2015. Jordan executed two death-row Iraqi jihadists, including a woman, on February 4 after vowing to avenge the burning alive of its fighter pilot Maaz al-Kassasbeh. Jordan had promised to begin executing Islamic extremists on death row in response to the murder of the pilot. AFP PHOTO / KHALIL MAZRAAWIKHALIL MAZRAAWI/AFP/Getty Images

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