Hundreds of Isis killers give up terrorism after chiefs cut pay by £200 a month
Hundreds of Islamic State terror fighters are deserting the cause – after their wages were slashed.
The killers were on £260 a month until cash shortages forced the lower rate of £65.
At least 200 IS gunmen have quit and are retreating from northern Iraq to find better pay from other extremists in Syria .
Until recently Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi’s IS terror army had a reputation for being the wealthiest jihadist group in the world.