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Grandmother Beheads ISIS Jihadis For Revenge, Hits Most-Wanted List As She Leads Militia

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Grandmother Beheads ISIS Jihadis For Revenge, Hits Most-Wanted List As She Leads Militia

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Excerpted From The Daily Caller: An Iraqi grandmother leads a militia of 70 men fighting Islamic State in the Salahuddin province to avenge the killings of her family members.

Wahida Mohamed Al-Jumaily, better known as Um Hanadi, started fighting al-Qaida in 2004 and later made ISIS the target of her war against jihadis. ISIS is responsible for the deaths of Um Hanadi’s first two husbands, father and three brothers, which she says justifies any means to kill them.

“I fought them, I beheaded them, I cooked their heads, I burned their bodies,” she told CNN.

Um Hanadi, 39, now says she’s at the top of ISIS’s most wanted list. Bombs have been detonated outside her house several times and she has received death threats from the group, including personal ones from leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi. Keep reading

Shirqat, Iraq (CNN) – “Shut up and stay still,” the woman in black fatigues and a black headscarf snapped over her shoulder at the armed men behind her as she sat down for an interview.

Immediately they went quiet, each adjusting his weapon and standing up straight as if he’d been called to attention.

This is a woman who commands respect, I thought. She keeps a Beretta 9-millimeter pistol in a holster under her left arm. The area around the trigger was silver where the paint had worn off.
The woman in question, 39-year-old Wahida Mohamed — better known as Um Hanadi — leads a force of around 70 men in the area of Shirqat, a town 50 miles (80 kilometers) south of Mosul, Iraq.

She and her men, part of a tribal militia, recently helped government forces drive ISIS out of the town.

In the man’s world that is rural Iraq, female fighters are a rarity.

‘More wanted than the Prime Minister’

Um Hanadi is not new to this.

“I began fighting the terrorists in 2004, working with Iraqi security forces and the coalition,” she says. As a result, she attracted the wrath of what eventually became al Qaeda in Mesopotamia, which later morphed into ISIS.

“I received threats from the top leadership of ISIS, including from Abu Bakr (al-Baghdadi) himself,” she says, referring to ISIS’s self-declared caliph.
“But I refused.”

“I’m at the top of their most wanted list,” she brags, “even more than the Prime Minister.”

Um Hanadi ticks off the times they planted car bombs outside her home. “2006, 2009, 2010, three car bombs in 2013 and in 2014.” Keep reading

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  • Charles Martel

    Sounds like we need to airdrop a couple divisions of grandmas to show how it is done.

  • reversalmushroom

    Why can’t we have a president like that?

  • Alex Romero

    In the meanwhile, the “strong feminists” of this side of the world are fighting the evils of… men sitting with their legs open, air conditioning and videogame women wearing scanty clothes.

  • Melanie West

    She is bad ass!! Hell yeah!!!

  • James Miles

    Grandmother at 39?

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