I don't see a "win" in our boots on the ground - ROE would hamper our troops, sympathisers and the deluded would protest that these people should be brought back here to face justice.
Then there is the "are they criminals or terrorists or foreign soldiers" argument. If they are criminals then "death on a battlefield scenario" opens up all sorts of criminal liability against our forces. If classed as foreign soldiers then would the geneva conventions apply? Could we hand them over to local forces and nations we know well might torture and kill them?
We haven't even gone near the "oh but they are innocent children" argument which I have seen on these forums..
I'm no sympathiser - I've had the arguments made against me in the past. I want none of these people back; their citizenship should be rescinded. We should support the Kurds so much more than we currently are, Turkey should be forced to act or removed from NATO and I certainly think drone strikes should be much more heavily used.