An international delegation of Muslim leaders has returned from the frontlines of the battle against the Islamic State in Iraq to share with their communities in Britain, the US and Malaysia the cold, hard reality of life under the militant group.The three member delegation: Shaykh Muhammad Umar ibn Ramadhan from the Ramadhan Foundation in the UK, General Tan Sri Azumi from the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation in Malaysia and Mohammed Khan from the King Fahad Mosque in Los Angeles spent a week in Iraq visiting areas of the country liberated from the Islamic State and meeting religious, political and military officials.