The women of ISIS are demanding equal rights to wage violent jihad

Female fighters in the Islamic State militant group are calling on their leader to give them the same rights as male militants to wage violent jihad and seek martyrdom, according to a letter posted in a pro-ISIS social media channel last week.

The French-language letter, addressed to ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Bahdadi, argues that the women in the terror group do not care about the same things as other girls, and would like to avenge the death of Muslims slain by their enemies, the alleged infidels fighting ISIS.