Sunday, July 13, 2014

Kurdish women warriors

Unlike the Arabs, the Kurds seem to treat their women well. The PKK, which has been fighting for liberation of Kurdish territories in Turkey, is a pro-women's rights Communist group. The Kurdish fighters in Syria are all trained by PKK. One hopes their Mullahs don't take over anytime in the future.

Peshmergas, Kurdish freedom fighters in Northern Kurdistan.

Syria Kurd women set up battalion


http://www.indybay.org/newsitems/2013/03/03/18733059.php
(PKK), a pro-woman’s rights Communist group has been battling for the liberation of Kurdish territory controlled by Turkey for many years

http://www.ekurd.net/mismas/articles/misc2013/4/syriakurd780.htm

Unveiled and barking orders at fierce-looking Kurdish men nearly twice her size, commander Engizek is a shocking sight within Syria's male-dominated rebel ranks. A short, diminutive woman flanked by gun-toting loyalists, Engizek leads dozens of Kurdish combatants in Aleppo.

Syria’s liberated Kurdistan is controlled by the Kurdish Popular Protection Units (YPG). The YPG were trained by the Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK), a pro-woman’s rights Communist group which has been heroically battling for the liberation of Kurdish territory controlled by Turkey for many years. Read more here

Perhaps this un-Islamic trait has to do with the fact that Yezidi Kurds are linked to Zoroastrianism.

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