A group of young girls were freed from ISIS jihadist in northern Syria during a rescue mission by Americans and British. Good job!
A SAS (special forces unit of the British Army) fighter gun jammed and he used an axe to defend himself.
The SAS man freed the group of women during a joint British and American mission to northern Syria.
The crack team were tasked with liberating women captured by ISIS to serve as sex slaves and jihadi brides for extremist fighters.
According to military sources, the women who refused would have been raped and dipped in acid or crucified as is standard for women living in the so-called Islamic State.
Petrified northern Syrians handed video footage of women subjected to the horrific fate to intelligence sources, reducing SAS troopers and US soldiers to tears.
The task force were helicoptered in to the town to take out brutal ISIS fighters carrying out the atrocities on women, assisted by aerial drones.
The joint US and British team mounted a two hour attack on the Syrian territory, with American soldiers killing ten ISIS fighters in one swoop and a drone destroying a truck loaded with jihadi gunmen trying to make a getaway.
After storming the town using automatic grenades launchers, the SAS team tried to free the group of women being held hostage.
But one heroic trooper, who fought in both Afghanistan and Iraq, found his gun jammed when he attempted to kill one of the vile men.
As he moved through a house attempting to find the women, ISIS fighters opened fire on him, and the unnamed hero had to resort to using an axe to defend himself.
With a jihadi launching himself at the trooper, the SAS man picked up an axe and hit him over the head with it killing him instantaneously.
The brave British troopers then found the dozen women who had been holed up in an attic and cellars in fear for their lives.
Our source said: “Members of Isis had been in the area for a few months and had been rounding up pre-pubescent girls who they wanted to become jihadi brides.
“If the parents protested they were shot dead or beheaded. Some of the girls ran away but were captured and we received reports that they were crucified or dipped in acid and suffered the most appalling deaths.
“A rescue mission was launched. Up to 30 fighters were killed. Some escaped. There were no prisoners. ExpressUK