EXCLUSIVE - 'Child slaves' making uniforms for Isis: Inside the Turkish sweatshop where children as young as nine work 12 hours a day stitching combat gear used in battle by Islamic State
- Syrian refugee children forced to work in a military uniform sweatshop that sells camouflage to ISIS
- Unable to go to school and desperate for money on the Turkish border the boys work 12 hour days for £10
- Factory owner Abu Zakour has no problem selling uniforms to ISIS: 'It doesn’t matter where my customers are from'
- He also supplies Al Qaeda group Jabhat al-Nusra, Ahrar al-Sham and other rebel FSA fighters with military garb