Bodies of dead foreign ISIS fighters pile up in Iraqi hospitals as home countries and local cemeteries refuse to take them

The unwanted bodies of dozens of dead foreign ISIS fighters have been left to pile up in Iraqi hospitals.

More than 100 corpses of Islamist combatants from 13 different countries are dispersed among the country’s healthcare units.

That’s according to an unnamed, high-ranking official in the country’s Interior Ministry, who told Arabic-language newspaper Akhbar Al Iraq that the dead jihadist’s home countries refuse to accept them while local cemeteries won’t take them either.