ISIS fighters believe they won’t go to heaven if killed by female soldiers

The Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) fighters are afraid of girls and fear facing female soldiers, believing that they will be prevented to enter heaven if they are killed by a woman.

A militia commander in the Kurdish women’s unit dismissed the the ISIS fighters’ bravery and said “They think they’re fighting in the name of Islam.”

The 21-year-old commander fighting under the nom-de-guerre Tehelden which is Kurdish for ‘revenge’ told CNN’s Ben Wedeman “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.”

A 20-year-old fighter Efelin who is fighting in Tehelden’s unity said they will not even leave one of the ISIS fighters alive if they tried to attack Al-Houl again.

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Russia Growing Muscles in Middle East

After nearly a month of conducting daily air strikes, Russia is beginning to reveal its political calculations and strategic intent in Syria. A new round of talks in Vienna on a political solution for Syrian conflict is being conducted in which Russia is about to play a major role. There is a growing sense in Moscow, and among diplomats and politicians in some countries in the Middle East and the West, that Russia has a better chance than most to combine its increased influence over Assad with its military muscle in Syria’s skies to broker a deal to end the Syrian conflict. Hard reality is that right now Russia has more chances than any other country to settle the political process for Syrian conflict. But it’s not about Syria only Russia has big ambitions in whole Middle East and entering into the Syrian bloody war on the side of Bashar Al Assad was just a small part in Russia’s new grand strategy for Middle East. Since long Russia was frustrated with America’s strategic dominance over the region. To establish Kremlin also as a potent force in the region President Putin choose Syrian theatre to show his muscles.

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Putin tells troops to capture al-Baghdadi alive Putin tells troops to capture al-Baghdadi alive

Russian President Vladimir Putin has asked his forces fighting against IS in Syria that he wants Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, the group’s leader, alive.

The Middle-East Panorama website reports that Putin wants the dead body of al-Baghdadi displayed in case he is killed.

The website made the announcement referring to aware sources.

Russia has been pounding IS positions in Syria claiming heavy casualties to IS militants. Russian officials say that the airstrike will continue.

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Satellite image shows delivery of fighter jets by Russia to Syria

Russia has sent more than a dozen attack planes to Syria amid devastating civil war going on across the country since 2011.

The new satellite image providing solid evidence of Russia’s arms delivery to Syria comes amid a rapid Russian military build-up in the country.

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Western official confirms Turkey-ISIL secret oil business

A Western official has confirmed the existence of clandestine business links between Takfiri ISIL terrorists and the Turkish government.

In a report published on Sunday, The Guardian quoted an unnamed senior Western official as saying that evidence on direct dealings between Turkish officials and ranking ISIL members was “undeniable.”
According to the Western official, the documents on the undeclared alliance were obtained following a US raid on the compound of the key ISIL figure, Abu Sayyaf, in Syria in May, which led to his killing.

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