When the Russians claimed to have killed him a few weeks ago, 'Sniper Wali' began doing media interviews, even taunting them by posing with his sniper rifle in a ball pit.
'World's Deadliest Sniper' Continues To Troll Russians That He's Not Dead Yet
Wali reviews a captured Russian rationCredit: Reddit
April 6, 2022

'Sniper Wali' has become something of a social media star in the past few weeks and a bit of a folk hero in Ukraine with his talent for killing Russian commanders from absurdly long distances away. The fun and friendly assassin. 'The World's Deadliest Sniper' is a title that Russian propaganda gave to him after they claimed to have killed him - for the first or second or third time, it's hard to keep track - saying that he does not hold any records for the longest kill. "I'm a good sniper. Nothing less, nothing more."

Source: CoffeeOrDie

The war in Ukraine has attracted many foreigners to join the fight against Russia. One notable fighter is a Canadian who goes by the war nickname ‘Wali,’ which means “protector” or “guardian” in Arabic. He previously served in Kandahar Province, Afghanistan, with the Canadian military and volunteered in Iraq with the Kurdish resistance in their fight against ISIS. Now, in Ukraine, Wali has become a major thorn in the side of the Russian Army.

Using social media, Wali has publicized many of the supplies left behind by retreating Russian forces. “And thank you for leaving ammo and grenades behind after retreating,” he wrote on social media. “Some of my comrades are now even better armed than before you arrived. Thanks thanks!”

In an effort to demoralize Ukrainian defenders, Russian media outlets publicized that Wali had been killed on the battlefield. On March 22, the Canadian did an interview to prove that he was still alive. He even taunted the Russians by posing with his sniper rifle in a ball pit. Wali continues to troll Russia online by posing with Russian rations.

“Here I am with a Russian military ration!” Wali published on Facebook. “I would like to thank the Russian Army for bringing this meal to me. I know it hasn’t been easy. Thank you for crossing combat zones, muddy roads and areas bombarded by Ukrainian artillery. And thank you to the starving Russian soldiers who sacrificed themselves for me to have this good meal. Hoping to be able to taste several other rations of this kind.”

Wali keeps doing media interviews from around the world, and is something of a rockstar in Ukraine now. So how does he manage to stay alive? "Russians are not that smart," he deadpanned.

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