Thinktank report angers families by saying British volunteers with Kurdish forces should be treated as potential terrorists

The families of two British men killed fighting Islamic State in Syria have condemned a report urging the government to treat those who join Kurdish forces in the region as potential terrorists, insisting their sons should be remembered as heroes.

The report by the Henry Jackson Society suggests that British volunteers who travel to Syria to join the Kurdish People’s Protection Units (YPG) could pose a “domestic security risk” upon their return to Britain.

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