Wednesday, November 26, 2014

Afghan mother kills 25 Taliban after they murder her son

(Kabul) Reza Gul's son was shot dead in front of her as he manned a checkpoint in their village at 5am during an attack by the Taliban.

Unlike the hoards of Afghan men who pack their bags and head west claiming asylum only when they reach a country which will feed them, clothe them and pay them to return to Afghanistan on holidays, she picked up a rifle and along with the other females in her family took the fight back to the Taliban. After 7 hours of fighting, 25 intolerant Taliban bigots lay dead and 5 others lay wounded.

Reza Gul (center), her daughter Fatima (left) and daughter-in-law Seema, killed 25 members of of the Taliban after watching them gun down her son
Woken up by the gunfire, Reza Gul told TOLOnews that she had no other option but to pick up a weapon after she found her son, who was in charge of an outpost, dead in front of her eyes.
"It was around 5 a.m. when my son's check post came under the attack of Taliban," Gul said. "When the fighting intensified, I couldn't stop myself and picked up a weapon, went to the check post and began shooting back."
A few minutes later, Gul was not alone when she found her husband, daughter, youngest son and daughter-in-law holding weapons and accompanying her in the fight against the insurgents.
"The fighting was intensified when we reached the battlefield along with light and heavy weapons," said Seema, Gul's daughter-in-law. "We were committed to fight until the last bullet."
The fighting lasted several hours, with 25 insurgents dead and many others wounded. Mrs Gul finished off with:
"Taliban are foreigners, they are servants of Pakistan, if they attack 100 other times, I will continue to defend my country and will shed their blood to not let them dare to enter my village."