How Islamic fanatics are returning home because jihad isn’t as glamorous as they hoped.
Foreign recruits who travelled to Iraq and Syria to join the Islamic State are begging to be allowed back home after complaining they were forced to do menial tasks and had to suffer.
“There was no holy war”
Indian jihadist Areeb Majeeb fled his home to join ISIS, only to return because the terror group forced him to clean toilets instead of fighting.
Mohommod Nawaz became the first Briton jailed for attending a jihadist training camp in Syria. He had complained to his girlfriend about his treatment abroad.
Photo of the terror camp training schedule.
The Daily Mail has contributed to the article / Dec. 2, 2014