Bazza, the ISIS-slayer: Former British soldier takes to Facebook and Twitter to post pictures ‘showing him hunting jihadis in northern Iraq’
- Barry Hall, also known as Bazza, claims to have teamed up with the Kurds
- He says he has joined a unit of volunteers called the Daesh Hunting Club
- Posted images showing him ‘arresting ISIS fighters while they were asleep’
- The 41-year-old claims to have served with the Royal Artillery from 1991
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A former British soldier who calls himself the ‘ISIS slayer’ claims to be waging war on the terror group after joining a rogue unit of volunteers.
Barry Hall, also known as Bazza, says he is fighting with other Britons in a unit called the Daesh Hunting Club.
They have teamed up with Kurdish Peshmerga forces who appear to be taking back territory from the jihadis and killing dozens of militants in northern Iraq.
The 41-year-old has taken to Facebook and Twitter to post images purportedly showing him arresting ISIS fighters after storming their compounds in the dead of night.
On Facebook, he describes himself as an ‘ISIS slayer’.
One picture claims to show Mr Hall brandishing an assault rifle while standing over suspected jihadis lying face down on the floor.
He tweeted: ‘Well eight hrs of Daesh hunting last night. This time we got them in their beds.’
He also posted a link to a Kurdish news report describing how Peshmerga fighters fought off an assault by ISIS on the village of Basheer in southern Kirkuk on February 26.
It said 23 of the 40 ISIS fighters were killed.
Alongside the link, Mr Hall said: ‘For those that think we’re here doing nothing.’
Other images appear to show him on patrol in military vehicles, firing mortars and his comrades capturing a huge cache of weapons at an ISIS hideout.
He posted: ‘A buddy of mine and fellow Brit had
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