Aseel Muthana: Cardiff Islamic State jihadist wants to return

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A man who left Cardiff to join the so-called Islamic State group has said he blames himself.

Aseel Muthana, now 22, went to join his brother Nasser in Syria when he was 17.

He is now being held prisoner in a Syrian jail and says he wishes to return to the UK because then he would have rights.

Mr Muthana, now 22, said there was "too much vengeance, too much rage, too much anger" with Islamic State.

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