Fury as Jeremy Corbyn says ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi should have been ARRESTED and questions the US military's account of how he blew up himself and his two children

Jeremy Corbyn today insisted that mass-murdering ISIS chief Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi should have been arrested - despite the fact that the terrorist leader blew himself and two of his children up as US soldiers approached. The anti-war Labour leader questioned the US operation last month that wiped out the Islamist mass-murderer, whose victims included innocent Britons. 'If we want to live in a world of peace and justice we should practise it as well', Mr Corbyn said in an interview with LBC on the election campaign trail. He added: 'If it would have been possible to arrest him, I don't know the details of the circumstances at the time. I have only seen various statements put out by the US about it, surely that would have been the right thing to do.' The interview came hours after Mr Corbyn's two-day general election tour of Scotland got off to a disastrous start as he was heckled and labelled a 'terrorist sympathiser' when he arrived at an event in Glasgow.