Tuesday, May 10, 2016


Moment Daesh sniper is blown to pieces from a missile strike

Moment deadly ISIS sniper is blown to pieces in huge fireball from MISSILE strike after being spotted by soldiers in Syria.

This is the moment a deadly ISIS sniper was blown to pieces by a missile strike after he was spotted by soldiers in Syria.

The lone gunman was seen hiding out in the crumbling remains of a collapsed building in the war-torn country.

Dramatic video footage then shows a rocket smashing into the structure and exploding in a giant fireball.

The exact location of the rocket strike and who fired it is not yet known, but it is believed to have taken place in late April.

Meanwhile, ISIS has murdered two of its own fighters in its Iraq stronghold, Mosul, after accusing them of treason.

Sources say Hashim Khidr al-Allou was beheaded in the city centre for 'communicating with the Iraqi government forces'.

The terror group then arrested another of its members - Junaid Yassin Ali Aiwaz over claims he had committed 'high treason' - by trying to escape Mosul with the help of Iraqi forces.

He too was beheaded in an execution in the west of the city.

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