Kurdish women fight alongside men against terrorism in Syria
Kurdish female fighters in the homeland security “Asayish” in northeast Syria are fighting alongside the Kurdish forces to maintain internal security within the cities and at the fronts to stand against ISIS organization.
Kurdish female fighters in the homeland security “Asayish” was founded 4 years ago to support the Kurdish people protection units (YPG) by covering the security gaps in the Kurdish regions. Hundreds of Kurdish women participate in the fight against ISIS as they participate in the 2nd and 3rd lines of defenses in the fighting fronts to protect their region and their children from ISIS. The work of women forces in Asayish focuses on maintaining public security in the cities, as they patrol city and set military checkpoints that is scattered in the region.