A British Isis fanatic dubbed Hungry Hamza for how he once spoke about missing KFC while fighting abroad for the terrorist group has been captured by Kurdish-led forces in Syria.
Hamza Parvez left his home in the affluent neighborhood of West London five years ago to join the so-called Isis caliphate.
He was the first known British man to have joined the group in Iraq.
Parvez, now 26, was captured by Kurdish-led forces outside the groups final stronghold in Banghouz, Syria, earlier this month.
Speaking from a prison in northern Syria, he said regret is too weak of a word to express his resentment at having joined Isis.
In an interview with the Washington Post on Sunday. he described the situations created by Isis as horrific.
I dont think we should ever allow anything or anyone to take Islam as a religion and for them to manipulate it . . . and to shape it the way that they shaped it, he said.
Parvez, who had marched for the Queen before being brainwashed by Isis, is known for his social media presence, unusual for the militant fighters.
One picture purportedly shows him eating an ice cream as he stands bearded and armed in Mosul, Iraq.
He has been dubbed Hungry Hamza after saying in a post that he missed KFC and Nandos.
The Washington Post reported he claimed he lost 30 kilos, or 66 pounds, since he joined the militant group.
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