Syrian forces tell Britain to take back the ‘filth’ who fled the UK to fight for ISIS and say country is not ‘landfill’ for foreign jihadis

British jihadists captured in Syria should be taken back to face trial in the UK or be put before a new international court there, the forces holding them demanded last night.

Describing British citizens who fought for Islamic State as ‘filth’, they said Syria was not a ‘landfill’ site for foreigners considered a danger to their own nations.

They also admitted jailed fighters, including two members of the notorious ‘Beatles’ gang, are being treated better than refugees fleeing war because they have TVs and warm shelter.

Anyone who joined ISIS should be shot dead immediately after trial.