Is ISIS on the brink of rupture? Home-grown militants resentful of whining western jihadis

Spoilt westerners who have abandoned their homelands for war in Syria and Iraq are increasingly resented in ISIS ranks for their whining and special treatment.

While Arab jihadists bear the brunt of the war effort, the former public school pupils, failed rappers and supermarket security guards complain about cold winters, locals stealing their possessions and their families back home criticising their decision to join ISIS.

A bitterness has intensified among Syrian militants who claim Europeans are being given better houses and higher positions, while the local militants are assigned to as “guards and servants”, according to The Times.