Tut, tut! A swift suicide mission would eradicate all the physical discomforts.
‘I cannot fight jihad today as I have a bad back’: Sick notes written by ISIS fighters desperate to escape the front line are uncovered… from headaches to sore feet
- Documents belonging to ISIS’ Tarek ibn Ziad were uncovered by allied troops
- The sick notes show terrorists pleading to be discharged from front-line duty
- The terror branch is made up of Arab and European fighters in the Middle East
- Other feeble reasons given include suffering knee spasms and heel soreness
By Gareth Davies For Mailonline
Published: 12:21, 30 January 2017 |
Sick notes written by ISIS militants desperate to escape the front line have revealed jihadis are not turning up to fight because of headaches, sore feet and bad backs.
As the terror group is flushed out of areas of Iraq, coalition forces have uncovered documents that belong to the Tarek ibn Ziad battalion that operates in Iraq.
They show Arab and European terrorists in the Middle East are pleading to be discharged from duty so they can return to their home countries with the most feeble of injury claims.