ISIS Probably Beheads Kurdish Iconic Female Freedom Fighter “Rehana”

SHAFAQNA (Shia International News Association)

ISIS takfiri terrorists fighting over the Syrian Kurdish town of Kobani probably beheaded the Kurdish fighter ‘Rehana’ known as a prominent female Kurdish “freedom fighter”.

The young famous soldier defended Kobani over the past few weeks and killed over 100 ISIS militants. Rehana’s picture holding her gun and making a V-sign was widely-distributed on social networks and now a picture of an ISIS militant holding her decapitated head is making the rounds. It is estimated that female fighters form about 30% of the Kurdish forces defending Kobani. All of them are volunteers according to the leader of the female fighters, Mayass Abdo.

The woman, known by the pseudonym Rehana, was celebrated as a symbol of hope for the embattled Syrian border town after a journalist tweeted a picture of her making a ‘V-sign’, claiming that she’d personally killed 100 Isis militants.

The message was retweeted over 5,000 times, but there are now claims Rehana, who fought for the Kurdish YPJ, or Women’s Defense Unit, may have been killed after gruesome pictures began circulating on Twitter of an Isis fighter purportedly holding aloft her head. The town of Kobane has become a crucial battleground in the war against ISIL, representing the gateway to northern Syria and the Turkish border. This brave and unique force of women are highly trained, committed and fearless, in a fight that represents the survival of an entire people. They believe that in their fight there is no difference between a man and a woman, but are aware they fight an enemy that routinely rapes the women it captures before butchering them or selling them into slavery.

Now there is speculation that Rehana has been captured or killed, with gruesome photos purporting to show her decapitated body circulating on social media. But the death is unconfirmed.


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