ISIS fighter about to abuse SEX SLAVES killed with AXE by SAS hero
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... read more
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