Tuesday, 1 September 2015

ISIS are attacking Kurdish forces with remote controlled Toys


The terror group is reportedly importing the miniature monster truck-style vehicles from guess from where ?  Naturally as always from US helper against militant Islamists Turkey!  Yes and naturally they sending them to the frontline, loaded with explosives but no one is asking from where the ISIS got the explosives. Where they also from Turkey?

The Islamic State has deployed remote controlled toy cars equipped with bombs to attack Kurdish forces.

Children’s remote controlled cars are reportedly shipped from Turkey and were reported by Kurdish forces after one failed to detonate.

The tactic may have been inspired by the computer game Call of Duty, in which attacking with remote controlled cars is one of the options.

“It is just another example of ISIS thugs thinking that they are in a video game," a British fighter for the Kurds told The Daily Star. 

It follows reports that ISIS is flying drones over enemy positions to identify vulnerable areas.

A Brit fighting ISIS in Iraq with the Kurds told the Daily Star: 
“It is just another example of ISIS thugs thinking that they are in a video game.
“They sit around dreaming of new ways to kill people."


Sources: Mirror UK and Clarion project and more…