Prince Charles has condemned the "barbarity" of religious extremists as he travelled to meet the King of Jordan.
He was speaking as the country continues to mourn the loss of a pilot apparently burnt to death by the militant group Islamic State.
Prince Charles also issued a warning to Britain over the way young people are being radicalised by religious extremists.
ITV's Middle East Correspondent Geraint Vincent is in Jordan.
The Prince of Wales has warned about the extent to which young people in Britain are becoming radicalised, calling it"alarming."
Prince Charles was speaking as he began a tour of the Middle East, where he is set to hold talks with Jordan's King Abdullah.
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