Women form self-defense brigade in Aleppo


Women have formed a neighborhood self-defense brigade in the city of Aleppo, Syria.

In the war-torn and divided city of Aleppo, Syria, women in the neighborhood of Şêxmeqsûd have formed a self-defense brigade, according to the news agency ANHA. The YPJ women’s self-defense forces have trained a group of Kurdish, Arab and Turkmen women in using weapons.
YPJ Commander Dorşîn Bîrhat noted that women could now defend themselves, their neighborhood and their children in extraordinary circumstances.

“By defending themselves, women in the neighborhood won’t allow there to be events like those in Shengal,” said Dorşîn, referring to the day in August 2014 when Daesh invaded the city of Shengal, Iraq and abducted more than 7,000 women and children to sell as “slaves.”

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