Iraqi grandmother ‘decapitated Isis fighters and cooked their heads’ to avenge her family’s death

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While ISIS terrorists are wreaking havoc all across the middle east, there is one human being that is making them their pants.  An Iraqi grandmother claims to be one of the people most feared by Isis and has received personal death threats from the group’s leader.

39 years old lady Wahida Mohamed Al-Jumaily claims to have beheaded and cooked the heads of Isis fighters to avenge the deaths of her family. Isis killed her second husband earlier this year and has previously killed her father and three brothers.

Better known as Um Hanadi, she leads a 70-strong militia in the fight against Isis in the recently liberated town of Shirqat, which sits 50 miles south of the Isis’ Iraq stronghold of Mosul.  “I fought them, I beheaded them, I cooked their heads, I burned their bodies,” she said.

She said she has received personal death threats “from the top leadership of Isis,” she said, “including from [Abu Bakr] al-Baghdadi himself. I’m at the top of their most wanted list, even more than the Prime Minister,” she added.

Um Hanadi began fighting jihadists in 2004, she said, working with Iraqi forces and the coalition in the battle against al-Qaeda and later Isis.  She recently led her militia in the battle to help government forces drive Isis from Shirqat. Isis fighters are afraid of being killed by women, according to female Kurdish soldiers, because they believe it means they won’t go to heaven.


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