Guardian, Canada’s top sniper who was allegedly killed by a Russian sniper

Bisnis.comJAKARTA – Warganet on social media Twitter is busy discussing the news of the death sniper or Canada’s top sniper named Wali, Wednesday (3/19/2022).

The caretaker is believed to have died in the Yavoriv bombing, as reported by Theancestory.com, Wednesday (3/16/2022). He would have taken up arms for Ukraine in the face of the Russian invasion.

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Originally from Canada, Wali landed in Ukraine on March 4, 2022 with three other former Canadian soldiers and a large contingent of British veterans.

He is said to have left Poland and been placed in a renovated house before joining the army Ukraine and other fighters.

News of Wali’s death spread on Twitter, leading to speculation that it was Chinese propaganda spreading the rumours.

In Indonesia, news of the sniper’s death was tweeted by @SoftWarNews on Wednesday (3/16/2022). The account regularly updates the war between Russia and Ukraine.

It is known, Wali is a pseudonym. He asked to be addressed by the code name given to him in Afghanistan, in case former KGB strongman Putin discovers his true identity and attempts to harm his family in Quebec, Canada.

Wali spent Saturday (12/3/2022) in an abandoned building on the outskirts of Kyiv, with a view he described as a “strategic location”.

As he fights for Ukraine, his family and friends gather to celebrate his son’s first birthday.

Before the Russian-Ukrainian war broke out, the 40-year-old worked as a computer programmer.

He left his job and his family and joined the Territorial Defense of the Ukrainian International Legion.

The exact identity of the sniper is unclear, although he is recognized by the Arabic name “Wali” which translates to “wali”.

Guardian is considered a Canadian sniper who prefers to remain anonymous due to the nature of his work.

According to The Independent, Wali served in Kandahar with the 22nd Royal Canadian Infantry Regiment from 2009 to 2011.

In 2015, he also reportedly volunteered to fight alongside Kurdish forces against the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria.

Reportedly, snipers can kill up to 40 people in a day. On average, a sniper will score five to six kills per day, depending on the situation.

The Guardian currently holds the record for the longest confirmed murder, as of June 2017.

An Islamic State fighter in Mosul, Iraq, was shot with his McMillan Tac-50 rifle from a distance of about 3.5 kilometers, he said.

According to Ukraine, around 20,000 volunteers from 52 different countries have signed up to serve in the international legion there.

This group of foreign fighters will be able to wear Ukrainian uniforms and apply for citizenship.

The Geneva Conventions guarantee that if Russian forces capture them, they will be treated according to the convention.


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