Isis have released the alleged identity card of the Jordanian pilot they seized after downing a coalition warplane near Raqqa, Syria.

The Jordanian Armed Forces photo-id identifies the man as Muath Safi Al-Kaseasbeh (Maaz Yusuf Al-Kasabeh), 26, from Al-Karak in Jordan.

Isis claim that he has confessed to carrying out five raids on Isis targets in Raqqa since the beginning of the coalition air campaign.

The militant group also posted pictures of the pilot allegedly taken from his Facebook page. The page has since been closed down.

Picture allegedly taken from the Facebook page of the Jordanian pilot seized by Isis.
Picture allegedly taken from the Facebook page of the Jordanian pilot seized by Isis.
Picture allegedly taken from the Facebook account of the Jordanian pilot seized by Isis.
Picture allegedly taken from the Facebook account of the Jordanian pilot seized by Isis.

Pictures of Isis fighters inspecting the remains of the plane appear to show an F-16 fighter jet.

Syrian observers claim the plane was shot down by Isis, with the militant group claiming it was brought down by anti-air missiles.

Picture allegedly showing the remains of the F-16 shot down by isis near Raqqa, Syria.
Picture allegedly showing the remains of the F-16 shot down by isis near Raqqa, Syria.
Picture allegedly showing the remains of the F-16 shot down by isis near Raqqa, Syria.
Picture allegedly showing the remains of the F-16 shot down by isis near Raqqa, Syria.

Jordanian media reported that the pilot's family have been informed of his capture.