American Sniper shoots and kills This ISIS Fighter.
A group of ISIS fighters seemingly struggle to operate their weapons to fire upon American troops. One fighter can’t decide which gun to use and makes the fatal mistake of standing up within the American sniper’s range.
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An obvious bad move on the poorly trained ISIS militant. The sniper’s bullet strikes the man right in the head, killing him instantly. Meanwhile, his buddies struggle to understand what has happened. Eventually one of them picks up a gun to return fire. In obvious fear, and they should be, and proceeds to sloppily fire over the wall. It’s hard to say if the first shooter was engaging in combat or just firing off into the wind but one thing is clear; he messed with the wrong one.
Saturday’s declaration caps a war that has killed thousands of Iraqi troops in fierce battles for such cities as Tikrit, Ramadi and Baiji since 2015. But after losing the grueling nine-month battle for Mosul in July, the Islamic State began to quickly collapse — ceding its grip on smaller cities and towns in days rather than months.
The explosive rise of the militants in 2014 drew the United States back into Iraq, with more than 5,000 U.S. troops assisting Iraq’s military as it wrested back land. The Islamic State’s growth also saw the United States enter Syria’s battlefields, already crowded with Russian and Iranian-proxy forces that buttressed the unsteady rule of President Bashar al-Assad.
“The Coalition congratulate the people of Iraq on their significant victory against #Daesh. We stand by them as they set the conditions for a secure and prosperous #futureiraq,” the U.S.-led coalition wrote in a tweet, using the Arabic name for the Islamic State.
Last month, Iran and Russia declared victory over the Islamic State in Syria, though fighting continues in small pockets near the border with Iraq. The Syrian Democratic Forces, a group of mostly Kurdish fighters backed by the United States, won back the Islamic State’s de facto Syrian capital of Raqqa in October.
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