Skip to comments.Kurdish female suicide bomber revealed to be mother of two
Posted on 10/07/2014 7:53:33 PM PDT by Rabin
Dilar Gnecxemis, Kurdish fighter who carried out the "suicide bomb attack" on Sunday against the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) in Kobane, was a 20-year-old mother of two and, commander in the the Peoples Protection Unit (YPG), an offshoot of the Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK). Dilar had run out of ammunition, a lone servitor in a gun battle with ISIS on a hill outside of Kobane, prompting her to thumb down a grenades hammer and present to the ISIS thugs.
Dilars attack was the first reported instance of a female Kurdish fighter blowing herself up against the group a tactic usually used by extremist Islamist factions such as ISIS or Syrias Jabhat al-Nusra.
"They portray themselves as tough guys to the world. They see a woman as just a small thing. When we have guns, one of our women is worth a hundred of their rabid men, Ozalp later told the BBC..
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“They portray themselves as tough guys to the world. They see a woman as just a small thing ........ “
If the ISIS men could vote in the USA, they would vote just like feminists do here, for the democrats.
That was NOT a suicide bomber. As the sole survivor and with no ammunition left she would be dead in a few seconds so she took control of the process.
knowing how ISIS treats people it captures, I would do the same.
That’s another woman who was mentioned in this story. This one went at the enemy holding a grenade.
And it’s not that they’d be dead in a few seconds. They could have been captured by the savages and subjected to the most brutal torture imaginable.
Seems she took over a half dozen of her pumped up, would-be rapists down in the action.
Cool head in hard times, God bless and hold close.
Yep,she did it for her kids.
The PKK is communist and not a friend of Kurdistan.
The cuckold press is trying to equate the Kurds with the Musloids.
And that has what to do with this story?
Yep, that's exactly right.
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