ISIS fears Kurdish women soldiers: In frontline combat in Iraq, winning the war against ISIS
All-female military units from the Kurdistan Workers' Party, or PKK, literally have ISIS scared as hell as they fight on the frontlines surrounding Sulaymaniyah, Kurdistan, in northern Iraq.
Sulaymaniyah is a flourishing, oil-rich city free from strict Islamic law. To keep it that way, the female fighters have agreed not to marry or have children, devoting their entire lives to the fight. They overcome the fear of abduction by the Islamic State death-cult by eliminating the option of surrender for themselves.
ISIS's infatuation with the glory of dying in battle loses some of its luster if they happen to be killed by a woman. Best case scenario for a jihadist: get killed by a man, proceed to heaven and collect 72 virgins. But get killed by a female and it's straight to hell for that soul. The all-female units strike fear into the jihadists who often run from battle rather than risk eternity in hell.
The PKK are hoping the U.S. will help arm them in their fight against ISIS. But for that to happen, the U.S. would need to declassify the PKK as a terrorist organization. A move likely to ruffle feathers in Turkey, where the PKK's fought a 30 year war with the government.
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