A BRITISH sniper battling against ISIS on the Syrian front line has pronounced the terror organization will shortly be “finished”.
Holding a scoped rifle, Jac Holmes, a former IT worker and painter, has told of his extreme battles with the terror organization and certified he misses England.
The 24-year-old was smuggled into the war-torn country from Iraqi Kurdistan in 2015 where he assimilated the YPG Kurdish freedom-fighting group.
In heated gun battles with the terror group, Jac has been shot and charged at by a self-murder truck.
“I skip England a lot. I’ve been here scarcely a year now but going home,” he told Sky News.
“I was regulating computers and we was a painter. Then we motionless we wanted to come and join the YPG. we wanted to fight immorality in Syria.
“We have been in fight with ISIS. 50 metres to 500 metres.
“On the first day we went out they sent a self-murder lorry to out position, luckily it didn’t blow up.
“When you’re on the front ISIS are using everything. They’ve got snipers, self-murder trucks, dushkas, rifles.
“They put these complicated weapons in vast buildings and they fire them at us to censor from the jets trying to explosve them.
“They’re everywhere on the front.
“The city’s very firmly packaged together, all the buildings, so they can hide around a lot and you don’t see them.
“They’re very motivated. They do a lot of crazy stuff, and yeah they wanna kill all of us.
“Eventually Raqqa will be finished and ISIS will be close to being defeated. So it’s all good.
“I skip a lot of things. My family, friends, electricity, being clean, good food, assent – we theory – sleeping in a good bed”
Jac lives off an stipend of just under £40 but continues to fight ISIS despite the organization putting up a £120,000 annuity on the capture of any proffer from the UK.
Previously a legislature service table researcher from Bournemouth, Jac had no military training before he left Britain fired up by a integrity to fight against misapplication and hardship of civilians.
He was bleeding during a gun battle a year ago and has taken partial in dangerous operations with the YPG that enclosed the ransom of an enemy-held village.
Speaking about ISIS when he first arrived, he said: “They are a horrible militant organisation, they enslave, ravaging – they consider they’re fit under their chronicle of Islam.
“Anyone of a lucid mind can see there is zero eremite or moral about it. we can’t get over because anyone would actually join a organization like Isis.”
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