He who lives by the sword, dies by the sword– Jesus (Matthew 26:52)
The action starts at 2:00 when this ISIS convoy spots and attacks a Kurdish Peshmerga fighter brigade. For three minutes, a fighter named “Abu Hajar” and the cameraman desperately try to fire rockets at the Kurds, only to get hit by a rocket at 4:45. The driver, “Khattab,” is killed by the rocket blast. The terrorists run out of their vehicle in retreat, and the camerman is shot at 5:36. For the next minute, you can watch him fire off the rest of his rifle as he continues to film until his end.
Note the chaos as the bullets fly, and the almost amateurish attempts by the fighters to return fire, including almost hitting their own fighters. These men are not “professional” soldiers in the least, but are modern day bullies who pick on vulnerable, easy targets and are overconfident in their abilities when pitted against real fighters.
It is also another proof that ISIS power comes from foreign government assistance (Turkey) and intentional non-action (US), since their ineptitude in battle shows they could be easily wiped out by even a mediocre fighter.