Syria: Hero Dog Saves Lives Of 6 Elite Soldiers By Ripping Out Jihadi’s Throat, Taking Down 3 Terrorists
Hero Belgian Malinois saves the lives of six elite soldiers in Syria by ripping out jihadi’s throat while taking down three terrorists. Now that’s a fabulous brave dog!
This is why I love dogs. They are intelligent, loyal and brave the majority of them would put their lives on the line to save their masters.
Man’s best friend!
Dog saves six soldiers by ripping out jihadi’s throat . His throat had been torn out and he had bled to death,’ the source continued, ‘There was also a lump of human flesh in one corner and a series of blood trails leading out of the back of the building. https://t.co/oprY5KmA3A pic.twitter.com/j7Ufq9laGQ
— Deplorable News (@DeplorableNews) July 9, 2018
An SAS team was saved after a brave military dog fought off a jihadi who attacked a patrol in northern Syria.
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The unnamed Belgian Malinois, a fierce breed of sheepdog known for its bravery, had been out on a routine patrol with a team of six crack soldiers from the SAS.
They had just entered a small village in a convoy of armoured vehicles when they got out to continue the recce on foot.
But soon after they left the safety of the convoy, they were attacked on all sides by waiting jihadis in what was described as a ‘360 degree ambush’.
The SAS men returned fire but the jihadis began closing in and tried to outflank them.
The animal was said to have leapt to the defence of the struggling British soldiers, tearing the throat of on gunman who was firing at the patrol.
It then turned on two other jihadis, leaving them seriously injured before the other six ambushers all fled. More
When you live by the sword you die by the sword – good riddance to them and well done to the dog – hope it got a big juicy steak when it got back to the UK !! #ukarmy
— Russ Purdie (@RussPurdie) July 8, 2018
Excellent! bloody brilliant! give that dog a medal. bless him. what a brave dog. I love animals.
— Jane (@JustJaneUK) July 8, 2018