Kurds Sending All-Female Units to Battle ISIS Because Jihadists Think If They’re Killed by a Woman They Won’t Go to Heaven
Remember how so many jihadists take up arms or volunteer as suicide bombers because they think it’s a one way ticket to a glorious heaven with 72 virgins awaiting them? Well, the Kurds have found a great way to demoralize those jihadists by enlisting all female units to fight against ISIS, because the cowards think that if they’re killed by a woman, they won’t get into heaven.
The Kurdish region of Syria was largely left to its own devices by the army of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, drawing accusations the PKK’s Syrian branch was in league with Damascus. PKK officials in Syria have denied those accusations.
Last week, the PKK’s Syrian-based units advanced into Iraq and punctured Islamic State lines to help tens of thousands of Yazidis escape an encircled Mount Sinjar. [...]
Syrian commanders say the security and quality of life is improving as their guerrilla forces expand rapidly, propelled by thousands of young volunteers. Recruitment is boosted by the deployment of women soldiers on the front line, often in all-female units.
“The jihadists don’t like fighting women, because if they’re killed by a female, they think they won’t go to heaven,” said one female fighter.
Aldar Khalil, a top PKK official in Syria, said the guerrillas don’t have vast stocks of heavy weapons but can easily buy lighter arms–mostly guns, ammunition and rocket propelled grenades–on the black market from well-established smuggling networks, using contributions from citizens and donations from Europe.
The only thing that could possibly make this any better is if the women were using bullets made out of bacon, too. The more that can be done to send these monsters straight to the Hell they deserve, the better.
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