“You can sit at home and play 'Call of Duty' or you can come [to Syria] and respond to the real call of duty….”
Ex-jihadis like Tareena Shakil can share their stories and stop others making the same mistakes.
A father living in Cardiff has identified his son, a British medical student, among a group of Islamic State jihadists beheading Syrian soldiers in the desert
The plans have the support of Cameron's coalition partners, but civil liberties campaigners described them as "dumping suspect citizens like toxic waste"
Rebel groups in the south of Syria have been described by Western officials as the best organised mainstream opposition, and the last hope for a revolution against Assad and the jihadists
There are 100 Danes fighting in Syria but those who come back are treated more like rebellious teenagers than hostile soldiers beyond redemption