A report about a December raid in the ISIS capital of Raqqa has just emerged. According to reports, eight members of the elite British SAS, supported by the US Air Force, dressed as women in full burqas in order to sneak into the city.
According to the report:
The eight-man SAS squad also eliminated several jihadi fighters after lifting up their burkas and opening fire on the stunned militants, who had no time to hide from the hail of bullets.
The group posed as the wives of ISIS chiefs by covering themselves from head-to-toe in the traditional black robes, managing to blag their way through to the group’s headquarters.
They were driven through the town in a Toyota pick-up truck – the make favoured by jihadi murderers – with the help of local Syrians working with the secret service to help bring down ISIS.
While in the city, the team sent location information about a senior ISIS official to the US Air Force, who deployed a Reaper Drone to strike the building. It is believed the official, who has not yet been identified, was killed.