ISIS captives in hand of Syrian Kurdish Forces

The men crammed into poorly fortified jails such as this one in Hasakeh hail from dozens of countries that don’t want them free – but don’t want them back either.With 5,000 inmates – Syrian, Iraqi, but also British, French, German – the prison is bursting with the flotsam of the international jihadist army IS raised five years ago.The group is accused of carrying out widespread atrocities in territory it once controlled across Iraq and Syria, including mass executions, rape, enslavement and torture, much of it filmed for propaganda.