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Brit actor who quit Hollywood to fight ISIS in Syria says he’s doing it for Britain’s terror victims

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British actor Michael Enright, 53, who swashbuckled opposite Johnny Depp in Pirates Of The Caribbean, gave up Hollywood to fight the terrorists.

And as he surged through a breach in Raqqa’s walls to tackle the fanatics in hand-to-hand combat — to the death if necessary — he was doing it for Britain’s terror victims.

Before the mission he said: “I will remember Manchester Arena and the two attacks in London on Westminster Bridge and at Borough Market.

“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.”

Michael is a Manchester lad, growing up in Moss Side before moving to Los Angeles to chase his big-screen dreams.

It means he wants a very personal revenge on the hate cult which claimed responsibility for the suicide bomb that killed 23 concert-goers at Manchester Arena in May.

He said: “The attack in Manchester especially brought a lot of emotions. I’m used to a lot of death, and terrorist attacks, but this was different, it’s my home town.

 

https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/3948715/brit-actor-who-quit-hollywood-to-fight-isis-in-syria-says-hes-doing-it-for-britains-terror-victims-and-will-show-the-terror-group-no-mercy/

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