The number of ISIS jihadis killed by the RAF has doubled in one year
Fighter jets and unmanned drones killed 1,191 fighters for the death cult in Iraq and Syria last year.
This is compared to just 606 kills in 2015 – bringing the total number of terrorist deaths to 1,864 since the UK joined the US-led coalition in September 2014.
Many missions in Syria and Iraq are launched from RAF Akrotiri in Cyprus
High-tech RAF Typhoons and Tornados make up the bulk of the figures, with RAF Akrotiri in Cyprus being responsible for 1,132 kills.
But unmanned Reaper drones flying out of Kuwait also wreaked havoc on ISIS jihadis, racking up 732 deaths.
British forces have flown hundreds of missions in Iraq and Syria during the battle of Mosul
The MoD admitted the figures may not be entirely accurate as “no on the ground examination is possible”.
But individual terrorists are not the only targets in the sights of British jets.
Footage released by the RAF shows a bombing run on a factory used by the cowardly jihadis to make remote-controlled weapons.
The attack came as part of a bitter fight for the city of Mosul in northern Iraq.
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The battle against ISIS militants (also abbreviated as Daesh, ISIL, IS and Islamic State) continues in the Middle East.
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And earlier this month, dazed jihadis began shooting at each other following a flurry of British drone strikes.
ISIS – also known as Daesh – is said to be on the brink of collapse after reports revealed the militants are suffering from a cash-crisis.
Senior jihadis cannot afford to pay their fighters the usual £280 a month, it is claimed.
Iraqi forces have reclaimed at least two-thirds of Mosul's eastern districts as well as its surrounding towns and villages, which have been under Daesh control for two years.