A member of the SAS, an élite unit of the British army, is one of the heroes of the anti-terrorist intervention at the DusitD2 Hotel in Nairobi, attacked Tuesday by five Somali terrorists al-Shabaab.
The British, who were in the Kenyan capital for a training program for local special forces, intervened following a personal decision.
He arrived on the scene shortly after the start of the attack. The images captured during the anti-terrorist intervention show that his face is completely covered, he is wearing a bulletproof vest and he is wearing a Canadian assault rifle.
The British soldier who evacuated a woman during the terrorist attack on DusitD2 PHOTO The Telegraph
About 700 civilians were captured in the middle of this attack, with 21 dead and 28 wounded.
The five attackers were eliminated at the end of a 20-hour anti-terrorist intervention.
According to the Kenyan authorities, nine people are under arrest in connection with this attack.
The attackers say they want to respond to Trump's decision to recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel.