Taking a page out of the ISIS terrorist playbook, British Special Air Service commandos — or SAS — surprised ISIS with their latest offensive some are describing as heroic.
According to The Express, the attack took place back in December as attacks from the U.S. and Britain increased in an effort to rid the world of ISIS terrorists. The SAS soldiers put on burkas (head-to-toe female Muslim garb) and pretended to be women. The eight-man team dressed in all black managed to fool all the ISIS troops they passed.
The team got a hand from the local Syrian resistance who managed to drive them through town. Using the burkas made it easy for the SAS troops to hide heavy weaponry underneath their clothing, including automatic weapons, grenades and ammo.
In coordination with the U.S. Air Force, the SAS troops radioed coordinates of an ISIS leader’s house. A U.S.-controlled drone then launched a hellfire missile and destroyed the house and vaporized the ISIS terrorist along with many of his comrades.
After the attack, ISIS troops were scouring the streets looking for the infidels. Several ISIS gunmen approached the burka-clad SAS soldiers who promptly opened fire, killing one and sending the others running away.
The SAS’ most-wanted terrorist is now said to be Siddhartha Dhar, the 32-year-old Londoner who took over for Jihadi John as the designated ISIS executioner after Jihadi John was obliterated in a U.S. bomb strike alongside SAS troops.