British SAS capture 3 Isis chiefs in daring lightning raids as net closes around Mosul

International Business Times

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British SAS troopers have successfully kidnapped three Islamic State (Isis) chiefs in daring lightning raids in Mosul, according to reports. The city is the largest in Iraq still under Isis (Daesh) control, but is facing increased pressure from the north, south and east by the Iraqi army, Kurdish Peshmerga forces and US-led Western airstrikes. British special forces, including the Special Air Service (SAS), have been operating in Iraq in conjunction with other western forces to help plot attacks on the militants, with snipers taking out high-level members of the terror group on several occasions. .

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One comment on “British SAS capture 3 Isis chiefs in daring lightning raids as net closes around Mosul
  1. The Brits still know how to fight wars. They have not yet succumbed to political correctness. I have not heard any British military authority demanding that women be assign to their infantry units. They don’t know about sensitivity. They just know how to kill or capture. Thank God for our British allies. They may save us from our foolish selves!! Semper Fi, Britain, Remember 41 Commando

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