Britain's Special Air Service recently provided an object lesson in how to deal with terrorists.
AN elite SAS sniper blew the head off a sick Islamic State (ISIS) commander teaching 20 jihadis how to decapitate prisoners.
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The fearsome recruiter for ISIS ... was gunned down in the middle of a drill teaching new soldiers how to execute prisoners.
Military sources said he was demonstrating a cutting motion with his arm when the bullet hit.
Some 20 junior fighters were taking part in the outdoor lesson when their commander was killed before their eyes.
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Sources say the sniper’s target was an easy mark because he wears white robes instead of the traditional ISIS black.
One military insider said: “One minute he was standing there and the next his head had exploded.
“The commander remained standing upright for a couple of seconds before collapsing and that’s when panic set in.
“We later heard most of the recruits deserted. We got rid of 21 terrorists with one bullet.”
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There's a certain satisfaction in reading about such dénouements. I think the late, great Jeff Cooper put it rather well.
One bleeding-heart type asked me in a recent interview if I did not agree that 'violence begets violence.' I told him that it is my earnest endeavor to see that it does. I would like very much to ensure — and in some cases I have — that any man who offers violence to his fellow citizen begets a whole lot more in return than he can enjoy.
It seems the SAS subscribe, jointly and severally, to a similar philosophy. Good for them!