SAS sent to bring in World's Most Wanted Man

SAS boarding helicopter to hunt Baghdadi

The Special Air Service and Special Boat Service have been dispatched to put an end to the world’s most wanted man. They have joined a new taskforce which is also made up of United States special forces.


The world's most wanted man Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, leader of Daesh / ISIS is still a high priority target of Allied armed forces in Iraq. Baghdadi has a $25 million bounty on his head. The Invisible Sheikh, as he has been called is very secretive and wears a mask whilst giving orders to his most trusted inner circle.

The deployment of Special Air Service troops is welcome news for the civilians in Iraq and Afghanistan who have been terrorised by Al-Baghdadi. Known as a brutal leader, he has mercilessly waged war on infidels both in the Middle East and the West calling for an end to “infidels and crusaders.”

Things changed when 253 innocent civilians were killed on the Easter morning attack on Christian churches in Sri Lanka for which ISIS claimed responsibility for.

Iraq has a division of special forces troopers named Golden Division. Reportedly, 30 British SAS soldiers have shipped out to Iraq in order to carry out the kill order.

Al-Baghdadi is considered one of the vilest terrorists who has been active in the Middle East in recent times. Along with calling for brutal attacks on "infidels" across the world he is determined to set up an ISIL base in Israel and is strongly anti-semitic.

He has also claimed that Islam is not a religion of peace but "a religion of fighting." Close to Baghdad, Al Anbar province is where Baghdadi is believed to be hiding. SAS servicemen are now hunting him, it is hoped that he will not be able to hide from these renowned British special forces units.

Even as this article is being written, sources in Mumbai, India reveal that the city has been placed on high alert - expecting a terrorist attack -  after messages praising the leader have been found in the city.   

The effectiveness of SAS operatives is legendary. Recently a single SAS soldier reportedly cleared a hotel complex by himself while killing a good number of terrorists. The unnamed hero is now in line to be awarded the George Cross for his bravery.

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