File picture of a lady posing for a portrait at Al-Hol camp, which holds households of Islamic State members, close to Hasakeh, Syria – APA British Islamic State member from East London has died in a jail in northeast Syria, in line with the BBC. Ishak Mostefaoui is the primary British IS-supporter to die within the custody of the US-backed, Kurdish-led Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF). The British authorities refuses to permit its grownup IS prisoner suspects to return to the UK for trial, believing that they need to be tried within the area.The year-long deadlock between the Kurdish authorities and the UK, and different Western governments has led to dangerously over-crowded jail and camps of IS members.In line with one BBC supply, Mostefaoui was shot when making an attempt to flee the custody of the jail in Hassakeh which homes over 5,000 IS prisoners from 28 international locations in cramped circumstances.One other BBC supply mentioned that he died throughout rioting within the jail.Neither his demise nor the circumstances surrounding it have been confirmed.The rumours of Mostefaoui’s demise seem like circulating from pro-IS Telegram channels.The 27-year-old from Leyton, who admits to becoming a member of IS, travelled to Syria to hitch the terrorist organisation in April 2014.He was amongst seven college students from the College of Westminster, the place he was finding out economics, who travelled to Syria. Additionally amongst them was Mohammed Emwazi, higher often known as “Jihadi John”.Like many captured IS fighters, Mostefaoui admitted to doing administrative work for the group, however denied being a fighter, when interviewed by the Unbiased final yr.The jail, a transformed college, was arrange shortly after the final of IS territory, Baghouz, was captured in March 2019. He was certainly one of a handful of the Brits who had travelled to Syria to outlive.Mostefaoui instructed the Unbiased that he had left Baghouz unconscious after being injured in a US-led coalition airstrike. His spouse and kids, he says, have been killed within the strike and his cranium left fractured.His citizenship was revoked by the British authorities in 2018.Mostefaoui was amongst an estimated 10 British IS members within the jail in northeast Syria and 30 girls.Story continuesOf the estimated 900 individuals who left the UK and travelled to Syria, ministers have mentioned that 20 per cent have died, 40 per cent have returned to the UK and 40 per cent are nonetheless within the area. It isn’t clear how these numbers have been reached. Mostefaoui, like most different international fighters in IS prisons, needed to be tried in a courtroom at residence.“If we return residence, and we get taken to courtroom and we’re discovered responsible of no matter crimes they see as a criminal offense, I’ll put my fingers up and do my time for that. And I’ll exit. That is what democracy is,” he instructed the Unbiased in December.The British authorities cites safety issues as the explanation for not making an attempt the grownup males within the UK.The safety scenario within the severely overcrowded Hassakeh jail is tense and riots get away often.Mostefaoui’s household have been settled in London since they left Algeria when he was 5 years outdated.