“When we first came and ISIS was building and it was taking lands, it was kind of exciting”
Parvez, 26, is known as Hungry Hamzah after it emerged he complained about missing KFC buckets since he joined ISIS aged 19.
The terrorist is now being held by Kurdish forces and has sensationally claimed he never believed in the death cult’s perverse ideology, despite living there for years.
He faces spending years in a Syrian jail after being stripped of his British citizenship.
His West London parents, however, want it restored so Parvez can face justice in the UK.
They also want his wife and children – one of whom is disabled – to come to the UK and live with them in the capital.
Parvez’s mum Riaz said of her son: “He was very selfish. People treat us like terrorists and we are god, normal people.
“We hate what he did and will always hate what he’s done because it’s going to affect us forever.”
Parvez, who is being held at a secret location in northern Syria, said beheadings were great recruitment stunts but slammed ISIS leaders for leaving him and others to take the blame for them.
He told The Mirror: “They were told what they wanted them to do. It’s one of the most frustrating things because now it is us that get the short end of the straw.
“And it’s us who have to dig ourselves out of the grave they dug for us.”
But, he did admit: “To be honest, when we first came and ISIS was building and it was taking lands, it was kind of exciting.”
The shocking comments were about the death cult’s murderous rampage across the Middle East that left tens of thousands dead or fleeing for their lives.