All Female Fighting Force Forms to Get Vengence For ISIS Sex-Slave Trade
The barbaric rapists and murderers of ISIS are about to learn the meaning of revenge – and it isn’t going to be pretty.
Kurdish women have formed a militia to rescue the Yazidi women who have been kidnapped, tortured and raped by the Islamic terror group as it has swept through Iraq in its quest to establish a caliphate in the region – and eventually around the globe.
Known as the Shingal Women’s Units (YSJ), the all-female fighting force announced its intent to “avenge Yazidi women” who were murdered by ISIS, while attempting to rescue those who have survived the horror of captivity at the hands of the monsters who view women as slightly less than animals.
ISIS has singled out non-Sunni Muslims – Christians and Yazidis – for particularly heinous treatment.
The Kurdish news source, ARA News, reports that the YSJ has connected with the Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK) and resistance-type groups known as (YBJ) in its efforts to exact revenge against ISIS.
“We have not forgotten those Yazidi women sold in [the slave] markets of Mosul or burned alive,” an official YSJ statement read.
“We know that the people ISIS holds [...] are waiting for us to rescue them.”
ISIS employed a diabolical system of entering villages, rounding up the men and older boys, murdering them in front of their families and then dragging the women, girls and young boys off for use as sex slaves, sold as property or given as “gifts.”
ISIS is fighting to preserve the territorial gains it made in the region as coalition forces battle for control of Mosul, Iraq and Raqqa, Syria – the city considered to be the “unofficial” capital of the terrorists.
The women-only militia may have a secret weapon in its fight against ISIS – the fanatical Muslim terrorists not only believe that that they would lose their reward of 72 virgins promised to them after death if they were killed during an act of jihad, but the belief they be consigned to hell if they are killed by a mere woman.
“I think [they] are more afraid of us than of the men," a female Kurdish fighter told a Christian news source.
She may be right – and that makes the vow of the female fighters even more terrifying for the ISIS fighters: “We will not stop until we liberate our women and take revenge.”