A would-be ISIS suicide bomber gets a well deserved end, delivered with explosive power from these Kurdish Peshmerga fighters.
Daily Caller News Foundation writes:
The video footage shows what appears to be a convoy of Peshmerga fighters on a road near Mosul, Iraq. In the distance, a vehicle laden with explosives (also known as a VBIED, orÂ Vehicle-Borne Improvised Explosive Device)Â headsÂ directly for the Peshmerga at high-speed.Â Peshmerga fighters then open fire on the vehicle with small arms fire and heavy ordnance.
â€œItâ€™s coming closer and closer,â€ says a man off camera. â€œCome on, hurry and hit it!â€
Just as the suicide bomber makes his final approach, a large explosion brings him and his vehicle to an immediate halt. The man off camera gives a loud cheer, as do the surrounding soldiers.
According to the video, the Peshmerga used a MILAN anti-tank missile to intercept the attacker. The French/GermanÂ developed MILAN systemÂ uses a wire-guided missile, controlled by the operator, to attack enemy vehicles and armor. It appears the MILAN system used to counter the would-be suicide bomber was a part of theÂ various shipmentsÂ sent to Kurdistan from Germany.