Videos Show Cold-Blooded ISIS Using Drones And PUPPIES With Bombs Attached To Them To Attack Their Enemies

Revolting video has come out of Iraq showing an adorable puppy strapped to the max with explosives. The Mirror reports that ISIS attached a crude bomb to a shaggy puppy and then released the explosive pooch. Three soldiers with Iraq’s Popular Mobilization Forces found the cutest suicide bomber of all-time and then defused the miniature bomb vest.

The words “puppies” and “bomb” should never be used in the same sentence. Unless we’re talking about an eruption of adorbz such as this.

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The men in the video say the remote-controlled device could have killed four people if they had not deactivated it.

“The animal is being sent to the Baghdad Zoo for a nice break from the war zone and well away from ISIS fighters trying to blow animals up for their sick war,” a fighter said.

But it’s not just cuddly puppies that the nefarious ISIS is using to attack their enemies with. Islamic State is also using commercially available drones to carry small explosive payloads. That’s right, Daesh has taken another innocent thing and turned it into a killing machine. ISIL has weaponized quadcopters in their fight against Iraqi troops who want to retake Mosul.

This drone was shot down and you can see that it was carrying improvised bombs that were made of PVC pipe and a badminton shuttlecock. Nothing says “high-tech weaponry” like a shuttlecock used as grid fins.

However, this ISIL bombing drones was not shot down and was able to destroy an Iraqi army Humvee carrying ammunition near Mosul.

There is some positive news today regarding the Islamic State. Many of Daesh’s forces are fleeing from Mosul, ISIL’s last stronghold in Iraq.

From CNN:

Lt. Gen. Raid Shakir Jaudat said the militants were increasingly cut off from each other and that their leaders were fleeing the remaining pockets of militant control. “The terrorist organization Daesh (is) living in a state of shock, confusion and defeat, and its fighters are fighting in isolated groups,” Jaudat said, using an Arabic acronym for ISIS.
“Our field intelligence units indicate that the terrorist organization is falling apart, and its leadership (is) running away from Mosul.”

On Monday, President Trump received several different packages of options that the Pentagon proposed, which could enable the U.S. to finally defeat ISIS once and for all.