A British medic is treating wounded ISIS jihadis on the frontline in Syria, MailOnline can reveal.
Macer Gifford an anti-extremist fighter said he would be ‘burnt in a cage or brutally murdered on camera’ if the jihadis found him injured in battle.
The Briton, who gave up his job in finance in London to go to Syria, is a part of an all-action battalion of fighters from the UK, US, New Zealand and Sweden, backing Kurdish forces – but will treat anyone injured in the fighting, even extremists trying to kill them.
Speaking exclusively to MailOnline, Macer, 29, said: ‘There was one ISIS fighter that came in last week that sums this war up.
‘He was 14 years old and grievously wounded and we did everything we could to keep him alive. He didn’t look like a vicious ISIS fighter on his stretcher, he just looked like a kid.’