Al-Khansaa Brigade (Islamic State / IS – Female Unit / ISISF)

Veryan Khan
8 years ago

On 02 February 2014, the Islamic State of Iraq and ash Sham (Islamic State of Iraq, ISIS or ISIL) announced the formation of Al-Khansaa, a female brigade, with the purpose of exposing male activists who disguise in women’s clothing to avoid detention when stopping at the ISIL checkpoints. The ISIS requires women to be single and aged between 18 and 25 as conditions for joining the brigade. Each female will receive a monthly salary of 25,000 Syrian liras (less than $200 USD) and is only allowed to be employed within the brigade. The brigade is currently not used for involvement…

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