The north of Iraq and Syria aren’t the only places the Kurds have been knocking ISIS and their supporters around. As reported by the Haringey Independent (of London, UK) on March 23, 2015, and also by the Breitbart news portal on March 22, 2015, Kurdish expats living in Great Britain literally chased and beat some of the more radical jihadist elements from the streets of foggy olde Londontowne.
While popularity polls and positive sound bytes are ever so important to Western politicians, the steadily strengthening ISIS terrorist army gives the very real impression they could give a Tinker’s Damn less what the Western press, politicians or self-appointed hash tag diplomats think of them. Case in point would be the reports coming out of the Middle East and North Africa that the Islamic Jihadists have not only have charged forward in their seemingly non-stop butchery of innocents, they also have stepped up their death by fire executions of anyone with the backbone to fight back.
Barack Obama may have pledged no boots on the ground, but as the old cliché goes: The bikers didn’t get the memo. Call it a case of biker boots on the ground, Fox News and the Breitbart.com news portal are both reporting on Oct. 15, 2014, that members of a previously feared Netherlands based motorcycle club have gained legal respectability in taking the fight to ISIS.
“With the advent of women actually killing them on the field of battle, that may have crippled more than a few ISIS fighters both below and above the belt line…”
With the White House and Pentagon’s brain trust somehow missing this, possibly the best way to get inside the collective psyches of the ISIS terrorists may have already gotten off the ground by way of Middle Eastern Arabs themselves, or more to the point, by way of Middle Eastern Arab women. With Major Miriam Al Mansouri of the United Arab Emirates Air Force seeing both name and photo splashed all over the Western press and social media, the 35-year-old Squadron Commander as become a modern-day folk heroine in the fight against the global Islamic Jihaadists, as evidenced by the report from ABC News on Sept. 25, 2014. And that very same accolades for Maj. Mansouri of a woman standing up to, fighting back, and beating Islamist Jihaadists could hurt them in ways the West may have never considered.