Infamous ISIS Fighter Abu Hajaar Joins Chechen Fighters in Ukraine

Chechen fighters putting on a show for their TikTok channel accidentally roast themselves with the back blast of an RPG. It looks like Abu Hajaar finally managed to stop rolling away from contact in Iraq.


If you don't know who Abu Hajaar is, do yourself a favor and go ahead and access the Google machine. This video and article will wait until you get back.


Okay, now that you know who Abu Hajaar is, we can confidently make the comparison in this video to the infamous Islamic State rocketeer Abu Hajaar. While we can be fairly certain that Abu Hajaar did not survive his encounter with the opposition forces featured in the video he starred in, we can be confident that his spirit lives on inside of the Chechen rocketeer featured in this video.


Generally speaking, it's a good idea to check the backblast area of your rocket to ensure that you don't roast your entire squad when you pop-off with your rocket. That didn't happen in this video at all. No backblast was checked before this rocket was fired, and as a result the entire squad got lit up in the cone of fire that is released from the back-end of the rocket tube.


Jamsheed is not impressed.


josh brooks

Published 1 years ago

Chechen fighters putting on a show for their TikTok channel accidentally roast themselves with the back blast of an RPG. It looks like Abu Hajaar finally managed to stop rolling away from contact in Iraq.


If you don't know who Abu Hajaar is, do yourself a favor and go ahead and access the Google machine. This video and article will wait until you get back.


Okay, now that you know who Abu Hajaar is, we can confidently make the comparison in this video to the infamous Islamic State rocketeer Abu Hajaar. While we can be fairly certain that Abu Hajaar did not survive his encounter with the opposition forces featured in the video he starred in, we can be confident that his spirit lives on inside of the Chechen rocketeer featured in this video.


Generally speaking, it's a good idea to check the backblast area of your rocket to ensure that you don't roast your entire squad when you pop-off with your rocket. That didn't happen in this video at all. No backblast was checked before this rocket was fired, and as a result the entire squad got lit up in the cone of fire that is released from the back-end of the rocket tube.


Jamsheed is not impressed.


josh brooks

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