A clip has been released showing the moment an ISIS bomb-laden tank was reportedly blown up as it headed toward the war-torn Iraqi town of Mosul.
The religious fanatics were seconds away from unleashing an assault when the Popular Mobilisation Unit militia group blew up the armoured vehicle.
In the video, which has not yet been independently verified, the tank can be seen sustaining shots from the Iraqi paramilitary group.
The video uploader wrote: 'ISIS was trying to attack our positions but was defeated heavily.'
After a period of gunfire, the militia use heavier weapons to blow up the enemy vehicles, according to the Express.
The PMU, or Al-Hashd Al-Sha'abi, is a paramilitary group founded in 2014 to combat the rise of ISIS.
In December 2016, the group was officially incorporated into the Iraqi military.
Around 320,000 civilians have been displaced by the six-month-old battle for Iraq's second largest city.
US-backed government forces are still struggling to wrest back Mosul from Islamic State jihadists who seized it in 2014.
On Wednesday, US Army Major General Joseph Martin said Iraqi forces are making progress in their offensive to expel Islamic State from the city but face a 'very complicated' urban battle as the militants hide in mosques, homes and hospitals.