An Iranian weightlifter dubbed as the ‘Iranian Hulk‘ is all set to fight terrorist organisation ISIS in the battlefield. Sajad Gharibi, 24, has decided to join the Iranian forces fighting in Syria. For him, ending terrorism in the Middle East is of utmost importance.
Sajad Gharibi has volunteered to Iranian forces fighting alongside forces loyal to Syrian President Bashar al Assad in the war-torn Syria, BBC reported on Saturday.
An Iranian weightlifter dubbed as the ‘Iranian Hulk’ is all set to fight terrorist organisation Islamic State in the battlefield.
Weighing 175 kg with a body similar to the Marvel superhero, Sajad Gharibi has surprised his 100,000 social media followers by announcing his plans to join Iranian forces fighting ISIL extremists occupying Syria.
Also referred to as the ‘Persian Hercules’, Gharibi reportedly revealed his decision to join his nation’s military support for the Assad regime on Instagram.
According to 9 News, Sajad Gharibi, has been confused for the infamous Daesh (ISIS) executioner known as ‘The Bulldozer’. The super-sized jihadist has been seen in numerous IS videos beheading captives and carrying anti-aircraft artillery.