Syria: ISIS are running in fear – as dozens of female Kurdish soldiers fight to take back Syria from the barbaric terror group.
The Women’s Protection Units, a faction of YPG, were formed three years ago and have been hailed as a vital forced for retaking Kobani.
They are not the only all-female force to battle against Daesh (IS) after the YPJ, who are the all-female counterpart to the Kurdish People’s Protection Units or YPG took up arms as Daesh rampaged through their ancient homelands in Syria and Iraq. YPJ women have said in the past that are feared by the IS extremists because they “believe that if someone from Daesh is killed by a girl, a Kurdish girl, they won’t go to heaven.”
Brave Telhelden, 21, a commander of the Women’s Protection Units, said: “They think they’re fighting in the name of Islam.
“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.”
And 20-year-old Efelin added: “If they come back, we won’t leave one of them alive.”