What really scares ISIS? GIRLS! Jihadists believe that if they are killed by a woman they won’t go to heaven, claim Kurdish fighters
- ISIS fighters fear being killed by a woman, claims Kurdish fighters
- The Islamists fear they won’t go to heaven if they are killed by a woman
- Soldiers of the Women’s Protection Unit fight ISIS in Kurdistan
ISIS jihadi fighters are ‘afraid of girls’ and fear facing female soldiers, a militia commander in the Kurdish women’s unit has said.
The terrorist soldiers believe being killed by a woman will prevent them from going to heaven, according to all-female Kurdish frontline troops.
The Women’s Protection Unit (YPJ) is an all-female branch of the Kurdish People’s Protection Units (YPG), who fight ISIS in the Kurdish areas of Iraq and Syria.
Speaking to CNN’s Ben Wedeman, their 21-year-old commander, fighting under the nom-de-guerre Tehelden – which is Kurdish for ‘revenge’ – dismissed ISIS fighters’ ‘bravery’.
‘They think they’re fighting in the name of Islam,’ said Tehelden, surrounded by her unit of women in the town of Al-Houl, north-east Syria, which the YPJ and YPG recently retook from ISIS.
‘They believe if someone from Daesh [ISIS] is killed by a girl, a Kurdish girl, they won’t go to heaven. They’re afraid of girls.’
One of the fighters in Tehelden’s units, 20-year-old Efelin, even laughed when asked if ISIS had tried to attack Al-Houl again. ‘If they do, we won’t leave one of them alive.’
Tehelden, Efelin and their sisters in arms are stationed in Al-Houl, about an hour’s drive to the south of Al-Hassakeh in north-east Syria.
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