Captured ISIS militant Walid Ismail, 20, described how the twisted terror group transformed him into a violent killer through false promises and threats.
But after surrendering to Kurdish forces, the young fighter revealed how he became a “victim” of the scheming terrorist organisation as much as those he once targeted.
During the clip, Ismail explains how he and his accomplices were surrounded by Kurdish forces in northern Iraq.
But with many of the group contemplating suicide over capture one Tunisian militant decided to detonate a suicide bomb in a bid to kill their attackers, but instead wiped out his own group.
Speaking with his Kurdish captors, Ismail said that he was desperately trying to support six siblings with his family bakery business when ISIS cut-off his gas supplies – forcing him to find other work.
Out of work and desperate for a solution, Ismail said: “Daesh gave me £340 per month to hold a machine gun and stand guard on a street.”
Ismail went on to conclude: “All our people supported them and believed that they were right – but in the end we became victims.”
The news comes just weeks after a desperate ISIS militant was captured surrendering by an overhead flying drone.
And after reports emerged of a brutal bloodbath on the streets of Mosul, some military experts have claimed that ISIS have finally been “broken”.