DAILYKENN.com -- In war and love, they say, all is fair.
Is blowing a man's head off fair in love? I doubt it. But it sometimes has its place in warfare.
Enter a marksman with Britain's Special Air Service (SAS).
A Muslim instructor was teaching underlings the fine art of decapitation when he came into the cross hairs of the marksman.
The sighting came compliments of M16 agents embedded in the Muslim community. The site was inaccessible to air strikes, due to its close proximity to civilians. Consequently, the SAS teams took their positions.
The marksman was about 4,000 feet removed from the Muslim target.
From thisisengland.org.uk we read:
The SAS team remained hidden for almost 12 hours before launching the attack.
The troopers waited for the Isis commander to begin showing around 20 recruits how to cut the heads off prisoners.
While he was demonstrating cutting motions using knives, axes and a sword, the SAS sniper was given the all-clear to open fire.
A source said: “The SAS team had been in position for about 12 hours.
“They had been told that the Isis commander was the head executioner in the area.
“He was an extremely sadistic and ruthless individual, feared by the locals and the jihadis alike.
“The intelligence said that he was over six feet tall, had a long black beard and wore white robes which was unusual for ISIS fighters.
“The SAS sniper was using a Dan.338 equipped with a suppressor which reduces the sound and eliminates any flash from the barrel.
“He had to aim off by more than a foot.
“He had assumed it would take at least two shots to kill the commander but the first shot hit him in the back of the head.
“One minute he was standing there and the next his head had exploded.
“The commander remained standing upright for a couple of seconds before collapsing and that’s when panic set in.
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