ISIS think women should not have any power. In fact, Islamic State fighter’s worst fear is to be killed by a woman. Ironically, their nightmare became reality when they got bombed by a female pilot.
As ISIS continues to preach that women should be locked up and treated as slaves, they will be flying overhead, killing the terrorists one by one.
Maj. Mariam al-Mansouri, the first female fighter pilot in the history of the United Arab Emirates, led the Gulf state’s bombing raids over Syria last week, reported The New York Times.
Photos of al-Mansouri, beaming from her cockpit, that were released by the country’s state news agency have taken social media by storm.
Maj. Mariam al-Mansouri, the first Emirati female fighter jet pilot, gives the thumbs up as she sits in the cockpit of an aircraft. Photo courtesy of Emirates News Agency, WAM
The news that one of the first fighter pilots to kill ISIS fighters was a woman has infuriated members of ISIS in the Middle East. But being killed by women is a real risk for the extremists.
According to media reports, the 35-year-old squadron commander led her country’s mission, dropping bombs on Islamic State positions in Syria’s Idlib, Aleppo and Raqqa provinces during the initial U.S. led strike against ISIS.
Al-Mansouri harbored an ambition to join the air force since her teenage years, but had to bide her time until women were permitted to enlist. She graduated from Khalifa bin Zayed Air College in 2007, and now flies the Block 60 model of the American-built F-16 fighter, according to the U.A.E.
Watch CNN’s take on Mansouri’s achievement:
“I hope that hurt extra bad… because in some Arab countries women can’t even drive,” said Fox News’ presenter Kimberly Guilfoyle.