A mysterious sniper is praised by Iraqis in Mosul who oppose ISIS. His targets are namely members of the terrorist organization Islamic State.
Members of the terrorist organization who are defending the Iraqi city of Mosul, have a new concern; a mysterious sniper in the city - who kills them.
According to the Iraqi media Al Sumaria News the sniper has during the weekend shot an executioner of the Islamic State, just as he was about to execute a boy on a street in the Arab neighborhood of Mosul.
A source inside Mosul, who Al Sumaria News has talked to, says that the executioner was about to execute a boy who was suspected of working for the resistance.
The executioner was getting ready, but he never managed to execute the death sentence of the teenager.
As the fatal shot from the sniper came, the other IS-fighters began to shoot in all directions.
Despite the fact that the sniper saved the boy in the first place, the joy was however short.
Another executioner of the Islamic State shot the boy in the head immediately after.
The incident is just the latest in a long line where a mysterious sniper strikes fear into the heart of the terrorists in Mosul.
Sources inside the besieged city told Al Sumaria News that the sniper has attacked in four different neighborhoods in the city.
"The Sniper of Mosul," as the residents call him, has increased the population's will to resist against the Islamic State," wrote Al Sumaria News.
According to the Iraqi media, because of the intense sniper activity, it is suggested that it is a whole group of snipers, rather than a single shooter.
The shooter's or shooters' affiliation is unknown - but the United States has deployed special forces to help the Iraqi army and Kurdish forces to retake Mosul from the Islamic State.
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