The production quality of the video was improved from Islamic Army's previous releases; the video was made available in nine languages. Videos included parts of the actual clips taken during anti-US sniper operations with digital cameras mounted over the sniper rifle. "I’m willing to bet Iraqi insurgents had the same debates and fears about the Devil of Ramadi that we did about Juba. "Every time we dismount, I'm sure everyone has got him in the back of their minds.

Some have suggested that the sniper must have been killed, while others say that no one sniper ever actually existed. Little is known about Abu Deraa's background, however, judging by his surname, he probably hails from the Ma'dan Bani Lam tribe. سِفر الأبطال: الجزء الثالث - صفحة 78books.google.iq › books I never saw him, but other snipers later killed an Iraqi sniper we think was him.”It's not clear who Mustafa was or if he ever existed, but there were similar legends of Iraqi insurgent snipers. Videos included parts of the actual clips taken during anti-US sniper operations with digital cameras mounted over the sniper rifle. "Several videos had been made and posted, boasting of his ability. When Alex Horton, a former infantryman in Iraq, wrote a remembrance of Kyle "For American troops, Juba was a terror, but for the insurgents, he must have been a comforting legend," Horton wrote. "He's good," Spec.

The picture is taken by the excellent photographer Hille Hillinga, Hille James Combat Photographer. Juba sniper likely worked in mostly Sunni parts of Iraq, typically the Several video clips which allegedly show the actions of Juba have been circulated over the Internet. "He's good," Spec. In 2008, "Juba - The Baghdad Sniper 4" was released on the Internet and on that website.

Videos purported to show several of Juba's kills are a vivid reminder of why he was so feared by American troops. The Making of an Iraqi Sniper Legend. Most of what we know about Juba the Sniper of Baghdad comes from the videos posted online by the Iraqi insurgent group ‘The Islamic Army in Iraq.’ سعد عبد القادر ماهر - 2019 - Welcome to the home of premium battle tested tactical gear. Several video clips which allegedly show the actions of Juba have been circulated over the Internet.

He is believed to be married, with two children. "He's a serious threat to us." "He's a serious threat to us." Travis Burress, an sniper based in Camp Rustamiyah, told The Guardian newspaper in 2005. In November 2005, a video which was circulating in Iraq appeared on the Internet.A second "Juba" video was distributed in 2006 in western In December 2007, "Juba - The Baghdad Sniper 3" was released on the Internet. Designed by ret. Juba became famous after remarkable shooting skills were demonstrated in the online videos that were subsequently released. We're looking at a Dutch sniper overlooking Baghdad, the capital of Iraq. This video also refers to a website that is supposedly connected to the Juba character. Review our Many videos claiming to show "Juba" in action still float around the Internet, purportedly showing the mysterious sniper picking off American personnel. Kyle is said to have had his own nickname among the insurgents – "The Devil of Ramadi" – and his high kill rate likely struck fear into them. Travis Burress, a sniper based in Camp Rustamiyah near Baghdad, told the Guardian in 2005.

Probably the most famous was that of "Juba," a sniper with the Sunni insurgent group Islamic Army in Iraq, whose exploits were touted in several videos released between 2005 and 2007. It looks like he's using a Heckler & Koch HK417, probably with a Schmidt & Bender riflescope on it.

BAGHDAD -- In a country where rumors exist as fact, and in a war where initial reports are often wrong, there seemed to be little stopping the legend of Juba the Sniper. He is believed to have fled to Sadr City as a refugee, having fled to Baghdad following the destruction of the Shiite villages in Iraq's southern marshes. Have a question about our comment policies? In "American Sniper," the wildly successful yet controversial film that While the film portrays Mustafa as a mighty rival to Kyle, in the autobiographical book upon which the film is based, Mustafa earns just one paragraph.“From the reports we heard, Mustafa was an Olympics marksman who was using his skills against Americans and Iraqi police and soldiers," Kyle wrote.

"The most important news stories of the day, curated by Post editors and delivered every morning.The most important news stories of the day, curated by Post editors and delivered every morning.Foreign reporter who writes about a variety of subjectsShare your feedback by emailing the author. At one point, there was even a Much like the Mustafa of "American Sniper," at some point the legend of Juba seems to have become intertwined with that of Chris Kyle. He’s a product of the U.S. military,” Capt. Some attributed scores, even hundreds, of kills to the sniper, and accounts from the time suggest that he got deep under U.S. troops' skins. Travis Burress, a sniper based in Camp Rustamiyah near Baghdad, Snipers have long been a terrifyingly evocative feature of warfare: Soviet sniper Vasily Zaytsev was said to have killed more than 200 Germans during the Battle of Stalingrad, though his famous duel with a In Iraq, where much of the fighting was taking place in urban areas, U.S. troops seemed especially vulnerable to snipers. “Juba the Sniper?