Female Recruiter for Bombing Missions Arrested
Recruiter for female suicide bombers
SAMIRA JASSIM, 51, an Iraqi woman was nabbed by Iraqi police for recruiting more than 80 female suicide bombers. She confessed that she's an accomplice in organizing their rapes so that later on it would be easy for her to convince them that martyrdom is the only escape from their shame. She confessed to have recruited the women and vigorously pushed the realization of at least 12 attacks.
Recruits mental setup are prepared to carry out suicide missions without fail
She made it known- through a video confession- how she prepared the recruits mental setup so they could carry out the martyrdom missions effectively and without fail. Then- she accompanied them to terrorists who readily armed them with the necessary explosives. Jassim- now with the human-bombs seething and ready to explode- finally instruct and oversee them to their designated targets.
28 attempts in one stronghold
She's locally called "Um al-Mumenin" or the mother of believers. "She confessed her responsibilities for these actions and she confirmed that 28 attempts have been made in one of the terrorists' strongholds," Major General Qassim Atta said.
Jassim was nabbed last January 21. She's alledgedly connected to the Ansar al-Sunnah insurgent group.
Jassim likewise confessed to per participation in attacks done in Diyala and Central Iraq
Attacks done in the Diyala province and in Central Iraq- the most dangerous spot of the war-torn country- are but 2 of the responsibilities Jassim had confessed in her video confession.
U.S. military figures indicated 36 female suicide attempts with only 32 attacks carried out successfully last year, reported the Associated Press.
About 50 women suicide attacks have been made since 2003
Suicide bombing attacks in Iraq are carried mostly by women who are allowed to pass checkpoints without being searched. It is against the custom and tradition of the Israelites to touch women so as to search for hidden explosives and other arms. Terrorist group like the Al Qaeda in Iraq are exploiting this fact for the advantage of their hellish intentions.
Since 2003- nearly 50 women suicide attacks have been made, of these, 20, have been made this year.