‘Hundreds of us will die in Raqqa’: the women fighting Isis

She had heard the stories about how Islamic State fighters could glide like ghosts into Kurdish militia bases during the dead of night, but nothing prepared her for the bedlam when it happened. It was 3.40am on 12 February when Isis attackers scrambled over the perimeter defences of the base north of Raqqa. Kimberley Taylor was convinced it would be overrun. Grabbing her Kalashnikov, she began firing at the shapes. Beyond the corner of the nearest building cowered an enemy fighter. Suddenly he rushed towards her. As their eyes met, he yanked the cord on his suicide belt.

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  • LairdKintyre

    LOL. I wonder how the old moon so called God, Allah feels about his warriors being defeated by female warriors? Keep up the fight, Ladies. Every Jihadhi deserves to feel one of your boots on his face as you disarm him.

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  • Shebel

    the DRAMA and the TRAUMA–
    this is one DANGEROUS lady.

    Thank Christ -that she is on OUR side.

  • Shebel

    Is that that a Peace or a Surrender sign?
    You never can tell with these FEMALE Warriors.

  • Shebel

    Actually— if I was the enemy , I would think that she could hardly wait to—
    Spread her Legs.

  • The Butterfly

    Why don’t we just nuke Raqqa instead?