American captured in Iraq could provide intelligence about ISIL

Daily Mail:

American ISIS fighter captured in Iraq is a 'gold mine' of intelligence and could provide vitals clues into the jihadis' command structure, terror expert says

U.S. officials are extremely interested in interviewing Mohamad Jamal Khweis, who is believed to be the first American fighting with the group to have ever surrendered in the field.
 It is not clear why they are not already interrogating him.  I suspect that much of what he knows is probably limited to his job within ISIL, but he could give some information on the command structure and communications.


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