Dad and Son Face Imminent Death At The Hands of ISIS, Then Comes A SHOT No one Heard

The crowd watched in horror as the ‘ISIS Butcher’ dragged a father and his 8-year-old son out in front where they were made to kneel down to be beheaded because they refused to denounce their faith.

“They were both wearing blindfolds and looked terrified.”

According to sources, the leader of the Islamic State contingent, flanked by several guards with AK-47s, were “cleansing the town” — executing any remaining Shiite residents.

Little did they know that an Iraqi spy had tipped off the British Special Air Service.

“Through binoculars, the British soldiers could see that there were several decapitated bodies already lying on the ground and the crowd was terrified, many were in tears,”  a Defense Minister told the Sunday Express.

“A tall bearded man emerged and drew a long knife,” the source continued. “He began addressing the crowd and slapping the father and his son around the head and kicking them onto the floor. Standing on either side of the executioner were two other ISIS fighters, both armed with AK47s.”

They had no idea that the elite British military force had a sniper rifle fixed on the attempted assassins forehead. When “the butcher” raised his sword to behead the blindfolded father . . . that’s when the sniper took action.

The SAS sniper with a .50 caliber suppressor-equipped rifle shot the sword wielding jihadist in the head from 1000 meters (3,280 feet) away. He then shot the Butcher’s two accomplices as they were preparing the executions.

“The ISIS thug who was about to decapitate the father was shot in the head and collapsed,” an eyewitness said. “Everyone just stared in confusion. The sniper then dispatched the two henchmen with single shots — three kills with three bullets. It was a good day’s work.”

The villagers reported that the ISIS terrorists fled the town and have not returned.

While President Obama is unwilling to say “Islamic Terrorist” and Hillary insists that Islam is strictly a religion of peace, an old adage comes to mind:

“Actions Speak Louder Than Words!”

Maybe it’s time we listen.


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