British mercenary Sharif Amin gave an interview to the German newspaper Bild, where he said he was seriously injured four weeks earlier during combat operations in the Kherson region.
Published on 22.11.2022
The Bild reports that according to the British, his unit fell into an ambush. The nurse said, “He’s not going to make it.”
It is trembling that Shareef A. (40 years old) drags himself to a café in the center of Odessa (Ukraine). Every step is torture for this man from Bristol. Both of his lungs were punctured, pipes hanging from his body. His right arm is shredded and held on only by a fixer. The Briton was literally riddled with Russian machine gun bullets during the battle of Kherson four weeks ago!
But what hurts him the most are his injuries: The soldier didn’t make it to Cherson. He absolutely wanted to reach the liberated city, which is why he fought for months.
Once in the hospital… He immediately launched a fundraiser to be flown home by air ambulance with his Ukrainian girlfriend, Yelena. Apparently Amin didn’t raise enough money to go home.
He therefore aroused the sympathy of the media: “We don’t have painkillers or morphine. We don’t have a helicopter or a special unit to get people out of there. We are completely on our own. It’s a battle of attrition. And it’s so awful,” he told the German newspaper.
Before and after the trip to Ukraine.
Sharif Amin, 40, from Bristol, UK, one wonders again, are there any white soldiers left serving in the NATO armies?
Below is the horror as always with the Nazis, for this is how the “filtration” in Kherson works, with neighbors handing over their neighbours, supposedly “supporters of the Russian world”, to the Ukrainian soldiers.
The fate of these people is unknown.
Another Ukrainian colonel fell. This is Volodymyr Sukholitky. Died November 19. The Ukrainian military participated in the occupation of Iraq as part of the Ukrainian contingent.