Jordanian pilot killed by ISIS

Updated 10:02 AM ET, Fri February 6, 2015
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Jordanian Queen Rania, center, holds a placard during a demonstration in Amman, Jordan, on Friday, February 6, after the death of pilot Moath al-Kasasbeh by ISIS. Al-Kasasbeh was burned alive in a video recently released by ISIS militants. str/AFP/Getty Images
Jordan's King Abdullah II, center, greets a relative of al-Kasasbeh's while paying his condolences on Thursday, February 5. AFP/Getty Images
People in Amman pray for al-Kasasbeh on Wednesday, February 4. AFP/Getty Images
Muslims pray in the streets of Amman on February 4. AFP/Getty Images
Jordanian Christians in Amman pray during a Mass held for al-Kasasbeh on February 4. AFP/Getty Images
Jordanians gather in Amman on Tuesday, February 3, after reports that al-Kasasbeh had been killed. AFP/Getty Images
Supporters and family members of al-Kasasbeh gather in Amman after reports of his death on February 3. AFP/Getty Images
Supporters and family members say prayers on February 3. AFP/Getty Images
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry, left, meets with Jordan's King Abdullah II, center, and Crown Prince Hussein on February 3 in Washington. Kerry described al-Kasasbeh as everything he says ISIS is not: "He was brave, compassionate and principled. That he was murdered after his father's plea for compassion reminds all the world that this foe has no agenda other than to kill and destroy and places no value on life, including that of fellow Muslims." MANDEL NGAN/AFP/Getty Images
Japanese Vice Foreign Minister Yasuhide Nakayama, left, shakes hands with a Jordanian lawmaker visiting the Japanese Embassy in Amman on February 2. Two Japanese hostages, Haruna Yukawa and Kenji Goto, were also recently killed by ISIS. The Asahi Shimbun/Getty Images
Jordanian youth gather for a candlelight vigil February 2 in Amman to condemn the killing of the two Japanese hostages. The Asahi Shimbun/Getty Images
A banner with a picture of al-Kasasbeh is raised by workers near a tent in Amman on Friday, January 30. Nasser Nasser/AP
Angry relatives of al-Kasasbeh protest at the entrance to Jordan's royal palace in Amman on Wednesday, January 28. Jordan Pix/Getty Images
A man comforts al-Kasasbeh's wife during the protest in front of the royal palace on January 28. Raad Adayleh/AP