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Women in Terrorism

Women in Terrorism

Terrorism is a scourge that has been largely associated with men as they are the overall leaders for major terrorist groups operating around the world. In the past, women’s roles in terrorism were limited to supporting their male relatives, educating their children in the ideology, and facilitating terrorist operations. In […]

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Al Shabaab sex slaves

Twelve years have passed since the heartless and savage murder of Aisha Ibrahim Duhulow. Reporters paid off by Al Shabaab had run a smear campaign against a 13-year-old girl, claiming she was a 23-year-old woman found guilty of adultery. The malicious Al Shabaab leadership had tried her under extreme sharia […]

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Women in Terrorism

The common argument is that the role of the women in terrorism is mostly as suicide bombers. Their roles as ideological supporters and operational facilitators are however much more important for the maintenance and operations of a terrorist organization. Women often tend to follow a gender-specific interpretation of the radical […]

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Women In Terrorism

Whenever we speak about hardship in specific tasks or chores; for instance, crane operators, heavy machinery and equipment operators etc., male figures come into our imagination. Similarly when it comes to military engagements and operations on the battleground or war. Over the years this has taken a shift and in […]

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