RAQQA — An ISIS boss who taught jihadis how to decapitate people got his just desserts when he lost his own head to a British SAS sniper’s rifle.
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Among thousands of reports from the Middle East, we have found one which of course cannot be verified, but if it is true, that should be a headline. As we already wrote in few occasions, British Special Air Service is deployed to the territories under control ISIS control.
Last month, according to the International Business Times, British sniper from the elite SAS have taken out ISIS militant from 1,000 meters away. That’s nothing special, except that militant was teaching a class on how to behead captured prisoners.
The class instructor was speaking in front of the 20-person class when suddenly shot comes off. His head was taken “clean off” by the round from an Israeli-made .338 caliber DAN rifle. The bullet is designed to “tumble” as it moves through a target’s body, inflicting massive damage. He was already sentenced to death.
“One minute he was standing there and the next his head had exploded,” a British military source told Express UK. “The commander remained standing upright for a couple of seconds before collapsing and that’s when panic set in. We later heard most of the recruits deserted. We got rid of 21 terrorists with one bullet.”
The British Special Air Service are deployed in small numbers to Iraq and Syria to combat ISIS terrorists in order to avoid an all-out ground war. The militants will either swarm to a location, making an airstrike a better defense or retreat using tunnels.
The SAS tactic has consisted from the setting deathly traps in the desert, abbreviated as “desert death traps” for militants by laying out dummies dressed as officers. The militants are alerted by scouts and locals, take the bait, and hurry up to the location just to be gunned down by SAS snipers.
(The story cannot be verified, all information were gathered from the sources related to the British Special Air Service)
Career choices follow us to the end, don’t they?