Michael Enright, born in Moss Side, Manchester, has told how he left Hollywood to defend his city in the fight against ISIS, a brave step to save the innocent and fight against terrorism , indeed! Find out more about his brave story in the article.

The actor Michael Enright.

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Michael Enright is a well known actor who has starred alongside Johnny Depp in Pirates Of The Caribbean, said he would show no mercy for the terrorist organisation – especially after the Manchester Arena attack.

Joined the battle in Raqqa.

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ISIS’ supposed capital in Syria, the actor Michael Enright has joined the battle in Raqqaas coalition forces try to rid the dangerous terrorist group out of the city.

US-backed Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF)

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Recently the US-backed Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) opened two small holes in the city’s 1,200 walls, which allowed fighters the anti terrorist fighters like Enright, to flood through and get them!

Mr Enright said….

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The actor said memories of what happened in Manchester on May 22 will help him to fight against IS, “I will remember Manchester Arena and the two attacks in London on Westminster Bridge and at Borough Market,” he said.

He also said…

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“I’ll give ISIS no quarter. I won’t expect much mercy from them and I will not give them much mercy, that I can promise you”, said the brave actor.

Terror attacks like…

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The horrifying attacks such as the London terror attack and when 22 people were killed on the night of an Ariana Grande concert towards the end of May, made him turn his emotions into anger!

The actor admitted that…

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He admitted that, “It might be a bit strange but when I heard about the attack on London Bridge I thought, ‘I wish I’d been there’,I’d have grabbed the nearest knife. I don’t which way it would have gone but at least I could have gone for them. It just absolutely hardened my heart.”

Events in Raqqa are the most offensive seen by the SDF.

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According to the information two 25-metre sections of the 2,500m wall were breached and according to SDF the ancient palace of Qasr al-Banat, in the eastern part of the city, had been captured.

Mr Enright said…

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Mr Enright said he was enraged and decided to join the forces when journalist James Foley was beheaded by Mohammed Emwazi – known as Jihadi John. “I was just appalled by the cowardice of that man to do that,” he explains. Though Mr Enright has no military training he travelled to Syria in 2015 without telling his mother or sister.

Mr Enright explains…

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He says, “This is the most important thing I’ve ever done with my life. There’s no acting job that can come close to this. I made a commitment to stay here until we’ve beaten ISIS and that’s what I intend to do.” He even called for the support of British troops, believing that the fight would be over much sooner, “But I’m also British and I understand the English and American reticence to get involved in another Middle Eastern War. We have almost no heavy weapons. If we could get any kind of heavy weapons, that would be amazing.” Enright says.

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