FEARLESS: Iraqi Special Forces Soldier Goes Undercover, Behind Enemy Lines And CRUSHES ISIS

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There is already an immeasurable bravery required to serve in combat against terror organizations, and sneaking behind enemy fortifications is truly heroic.

That is exactly what 25-year-old, special forces hero Mohammed Qasim did.

Per Mirror:

A soldier on a perilous mission to gather crucial intelligence deep behind Islamic State lines during the ferocious battle of Mosul shot dead six enemy fighters.

The fearless special forces hero Mohammed Qasim, dubbed the Lion of Mosul, disguised himself as one of the fanatics and conned them into believing he was one of them.

The Iraqi discovered the location of ISIS positions and key sniper and machine gun teams.

The young solider was praised by an Iraqi General:

Last night senior Iraqi officers applauded the 25-year-old’s actions.

General Abdul Wahab al-Saadi said: “We are all very proud of what this soldier did. He is a very brave man. He makes us all hold our heads up high.”

The heroic undercover mission saved countless lives:

As fighting continued to rage in the ruins of Mosul’s Old City in the last days of the battle in northern Iraq, Mohammed blended in with the IS troops by swapping his M4 rifle for an AK-47 and wearing a scruffy smock and scarf.

He and a comrade then sneaked behind enemy lines.

After noting down the vital positions and pinpointing where IS were holding ammunition, Mohammed quickly shot dead six of the fanatics.

Then he and his colleague picked their way back to their own lines and briefed commanders on what they had learnt.

Soon after that the Iraqi special forces ground troops were able to smash IS with mortar bombs and air strikes before launching a full-on infantry attack.

It is believed Mohammed’s mission, which took several hours last Thursday, may have saved the lives of scores of comrades and civilians.

His strategic attack helped identify the location of suppression fire and helped make a way to capture the city:

A source said: “What this man did was incredibly brave.

“If he was captured he would have been tortured very slowly and held up as a trophy by Islamic State fighters. He didn’t even think twice when the idea came up and he made himself a volunteer immediately.

“Golden Division commanders knew their men were being pinned down by accurate IS fire and couldn’t work out exactly where it was coming from.

“So they approved a plan for an undercover operation, probably the most audacious of the entire operation, and Mohammed said he would do it, without a thought for his own safety.”

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