Jeremy Corbyn has come under fire for appearing to compare Islamic State atrocities to actions by the US military in Iraq.
The Labour leadership frontrunner made the comparison in an interview with Russia Today in June 2014.
Yes, they [IS forces] are brutal, yes some of what they've done is quite appalling - likewise what the Americans did in Fallujah and other places is appalling," Corbyn said.
Video courtesy of Russia Today
Corbyn's comment about Fallujah is likely a reference to US military operations there in 2004 in which as many as 800 Iraqis, the vast majority of them civilians, were killed.
Corbyn's interview re-emerged after it was tweeted by John McTernan, a former Labour party adviser.
McTernan told ITV News: "Nobody in Britain is going to vote for a man who believes that sort of thing."
A spokeswoman for Cobyn defended his comments.