Foreign Secretary William Hague has said a number of Britons are fighting with ISIS which has taken over large parts of Iraq.
He told the Commons that about 400 UK nationals were involved in the conflict in Syria and some of them were fighting for the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS).
Footage has emerged which appears to show an ISIS fighter questioning and killing Iraqi soldiers.
It comes after the insurgents, who have seized large swathes of territory in the past week, released graphic pictures purporting to show some of the 1,700 Shia soldiers they claim have shot dead near Tikrit.
According to a translation of the first clip, militants order their prisoners to chant the ISIS slogan “Baqiya”, which is thought to mean “(ISIS) will remain in existence” or “Islamic state will stay”.
When asked where the government forces are, a soldier replies they have left.
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16 June 2014 | 4:03 pm – Source: orange.co.uk