Earlier in the week, Manchester was shocked after the despicable ISIS blew up a bomb at an Ariana Grande concert, killing many young girls in the process.
Great Britain’s Royal Air Force got back at ISIS recently after they wrote “Love from Manchester” on a Paveway IV bomb that was set to be dropped on them.
Critics originally called the photo fake, but the RAF later confirmed the authenticity of it.
“The RAF can confirm the photo was genuine,” the source said. “The sentiment of the message is understandable under the circumstances.”
“It’s unlikely the individual responsible for it will be disciplined,” the source noted.
Conservative Tribune reports:
Although it appears the Twitter user deleted the original post with the picture, the Daily Mail reported user Lee_Carter82 wrote a caption under his post explaining the bomb’s mission: “RAF Armourer on a Reaper UAV squadron wrote this on a Hellfire missile before taking off on a Syria mission. Sent from my RAF mate.”
A source from RAF told The U.K. Daily Telegraph that the bomb is the U.K.’s response to the May 21, 2017 attack at a Manchester arena that killed 22 people, including children, and injured dozens more.
ISIS deserves to have that bomb dropped on them. They like to act big and tough, but they only target innocent people and stand no chance against the military might of the West.
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