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When a Kurdish female teacher became a sniper fighting Islamic State in Syrian Kurdistan

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I think Dr. Ruth was also a sniper during the Israeli War of Independence. No doubt we have many good women snipers in our military also. However, kudos to this woman for fighting at this moment where she is needed.


When a Kurdish female teacher became a sniper fighting Islamic State in Syrian Kurdistan
February 5, 2015 by Editorial Staff in Kurdistan


Kurdish teacher Denis Sipan left her school in Syrian Kurdistan joins People’s Protection Units(YPG) as a sniper. Photo: CBS

She fights with local volunteers: farmers, housewives and shop owners

KOBANI, Syrian Kurdistan,— A Kurdish primary school teacher has spoken of how she quit her job to fight Islamic State group IS/ISIS on the frontline near Kobani in Syrian Kurdistan.

Denis Sipan left her school in the Syrian part of Kurdistan five months ago to join the a rebel enclave of the Kurdish People’s Protection Units(YPG) as a sniper.

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http://ekurd.net/when-a-kurdish-female-teacher-became-a-sniper-fighting-islamic-
 

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Nothing like hiding in the bushes, and shooting people in the back. How very brave of her.
 

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When a Kurdish female teacher became a sniper fighting Islamic State in Syrian Kurdistan
February 5, 2015 by Editorial Staff in Kurdistan


Kurdish teacher Denis Sipan left her school in Syrian Kurdistan joins People’s Protection Units(YPG) as a sniper. Photo: CBS

She fights with local volunteers: farmers, housewives and shop owners

KOBANI, Syrian Kurdistan,— A Kurdish primary school teacher has spoken of how she quit her job to fight Islamic State group IS/ISIS on the frontline near Kobani in Syrian Kurdistan.

Denis Sipan left her school in the Syrian part of Kurdistan five months ago to join the a rebel enclave of the Kurdish People’s Protection Units(YPG) as a sniper.

Continue reading at:

http://ekurd.net/when-a-kurdish-female-teacher-became-a-sniper-fighting-islamic-
Do tell .... :cool:
 

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Nothing like hiding in the bushes, and shooting people in the back. How very brave of her.
What did you do in the war, Daddy?
PMH just does not like the fact she is fighting ISIS.
Bullets don't kill ideas, and snipers, while useful, obviously, are not brave.

Snipers are highly skilled, gifted individuals with the temperament of neurosurgeons, and can play a critical role in providing backup and clearing areas. So yes, crawling in the bushes to take offensive positions without being noticed does require bravery.

Going to war is team work, some load ammunition and direct jet aircraft, while others serve behind desks, while others fly planes or fight on the front lines . Why would you put down a person who nobly serves his country?

Go paint your cave.
 
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Nothing like hiding in the bushes, and shooting people in the back. How very brave of her.
What did you do in the war, Daddy?
PMH just does not like the fact she is fighting ISIS.
Bullets don't kill ideas, and snipers, while useful, obviously, are not brave.

Snipers are very highly skilled and talented, and some play a critical role in providing backup and clearing areas. So yes, crawling in the bushes to take offensive positions does require bravery. Going to war is team work, some load ammunition and direct jet aircraft, while others serve behind desks. missiles inside planes Go paint your cave.
Is the guy sitting behind a desk brave? Are those in the rear with the gear brave? A sniper doesn't need to be brave. The people they are shooting can't even fucking see them. There are cannon fodder who are brave, but snipers are not among them. They have the same bravery as a guy sitting in a deer blind drinking a beer.
 

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Nothing like hiding in the bushes, and shooting people in the back. How very brave of her.
What did you do in the war, Daddy?
PMH just does not like the fact she is fighting ISIS.
Bullets don't kill ideas, and snipers, while useful, obviously, are not brave.

Snipers are very highly skilled and talented, and some play a critical role in providing backup and clearing areas. So yes, crawling in the bushes to take offensive positions does require bravery. Going to war is team work, some load ammunition and direct jet aircraft, while others serve behind desks. missiles inside planes Go paint your cave.
Is the guy sitting behind a desk brave? Are those in the rear with the gear brave? A sniper doesn't need to be brave. The people they are shooting can't even fucking see them. There are cannon fodder who are brave, but snipers are not among them. They have the same bravery as a guy sitting in a deer blind drinking a beer.

Bullshit. Why don't you try crawling in the bushes towards an enemy position and then tell me if it doesn't require bravery.

You're just upset that so many Americans liked the movie Sniper.

Paint your trailer home.
 

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What did you do in the war, Daddy?
PMH just does not like the fact she is fighting ISIS.
Bullets don't kill ideas, and snipers, while useful, obviously, are not brave.

Snipers are very highly skilled and talented, and some play a critical role in providing backup and clearing areas. So yes, crawling in the bushes to take offensive positions does require bravery. Going to war is team work, some load ammunition and direct jet aircraft, while others serve behind desks. missiles inside planes Go paint your cave.
Is the guy sitting behind a desk brave? Are those in the rear with the gear brave? A sniper doesn't need to be brave. The people they are shooting can't even fucking see them. There are cannon fodder who are brave, but snipers are not among them. They have the same bravery as a guy sitting in a deer blind drinking a beer.

Bullshit. Why don't you try crawling in the bushes towards an enemy position and then tell me if it doesn't require bravery.

You're just upset that so many Americans liked the movie Sniper.

Paint your trailer home.
Americans love to see people get shot dead by an American. No shock there, and of course, the movie is a lie, also no shock.
 

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My stepson earned a Bronze Star in Afghanistan for being a different kind of sniper. He directed air ordnance onto the positions of a whole lot of bad guys. And from much further away than any sniper could shoot. Fuck you Pantywaist.
 

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My stepson earned a Bronze Star in Afghanistan for being a different kind of sniper. He directed air ordnance onto the positions of a whole lot of bad guys. And from much further away than any sniper could shoot. Fuck you Pantywaist.
How very brave of him...
 

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