At least someone is doing something to protect these people.
British nightclub bouncer fighting Isis in Iraq is to return home after five months ‘dodging incoming’ and ‘tormenting Daesh’ with brothers in arms
Fighter: Former bouncer Tim Locks has sold his home and relocated to Iraq to join the fight against the bloodthirsty terrorists of the Islamic State
- Tim Locks, 38, sold his house to join the fight against Isis in February
- He’s now leaving but thanked his friends after they ‘faced evil together’
- Mr Locks said the fight against Isis was ‘not as easy as it would seem’
- He will soon return but has not ruled out going back to fight in the future
A British nightclub bouncer who sold his house to go and fight Isis in Iraq is to return home after five months of ‘facing evil’ on the frontline alongside local ‘brothers in arms’.
In February, Tim Locks, 38, gave up his job and sold his house to go to Iraq and defend Assyrian Christians from being massacred by Isis fighters sweeping through the region.
And despite having no military experience, he has stood alongside Isis opposition groups ‘dodging incoming and taking selfies’, as they faced the bloodthirsty terrorists together.
Like family: Mr Locks has joined Dwekh Nawsha, a Christian militia group, and said he feels they are ‘like family’ in Iraq
Now, after five months fighting alongside ‘brothers in arms’ from opposition factions Dwekh Nawsha and the Kurdish Peshmuega, he will soon return home to Britain.
In a heartfelt post to nearly 5,000 friends online, many of whom started following him after he moved to Iraq, he announced his time there has ‘come to an end’.
He thanked his friends within Dwekh Nawsha, translated as ‘self-scrificers’, which was formed in 2014 to protect Assyrian Christians from the bloody plight they were suffering in Iraq.