Tough-guy Islamic terrorists are really scared of girls: Fear they’ll go to hell if a woman kills them

Radical Islamists who are making life hell for the women under their territory have a special fear that they might go to hell themselves if they are killed by a woman in combat.

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That’s the word from Rep. Ed Royce, a Republican from California who chairs the House International Relations Committee, according to the New York Post.

In an interview with the Post recounting a meeting with the foreign minister of Kurdistan – the embryonic Kurdish homeland that is gradually taking shape amid the disruption of Iraq – Royce talked about reports of young female Kurdish troops striking fear into the hearts of the supposedly fearless terrorists of the Islamic State, also known as ISIS or ISIL.

The Islamic State soldiers will flee combat instead of taking the chance a woman’s bullet might strike them down, Royce said.

The Kurds “have many female battalions, as you know, who fought very bravely,” Royce told The Post.

“These ISIL soldiers apparently believed that if they were killed in battle, they went to paradise as long as they were killed by a man,” Royce said.

But the Kurdish women “had taken the fight to ISIL and had stopped the advance, turned back the advance — slayed a number of these fighters, who would then run away.”

The truly beautiful part of this particular piece of savage superstition is that it allows for a kind of karmic payback. Some of the women in the Kurdish forces who are dealing death to the terrorists at a distance — as snipers, say, or with rocket-propelled grenades – are themselves escapees from Islamic State territory, where they were reduced to the status of chattel – human beasts of burden, or sex slaves for the jihad “heroes.”

On the battlefield, though, they control these bastards’ eternity.

The Post quoted a recent Agence France Presse report that featured a 27-year-old Kurdish woman who enjoyed the discomfort her sex brought her mortal enemies.

“I think [ISIS] were more afraid of us than of the men,” she told the news agency. “They believe they’ll go to hell if they die at a woman’s hands.”

Sometimes death’s a bitch.

Joe Saunders

Joe Saunders, a 25-year newspaper veteran, is a staff writer and editor for BizPac Review who lives in Tallahassee and covers capital and Florida politics. Email Joe at [email protected].

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