Female enlistment in the Syrian Army

"With our blood and soul we are fighting for Syria"

Female Syrian Army, video still
Female Syrian Army, video still

Western media has shown you female Kurdish fighters, but they never show you the many thousands of brave females fighting in various segments of the Syrian Armed Forces and the National Defense Forces. There have always been female volunteers in the Syrian Armed Forces, but starting in 2011 when the Islamist takeover began, the numbers of female volunteers rose dramatically.

The numbers of female volunteers continue to rise each and every month. Yet western media never shows you who is fighting for Syria against the various Islamist groups who have invaded Syria (called “opposition” groups by western media–which are words of propaganda taken directly off Islamist social media sites).

These Syrians, fighting against an Islamic takeover, are Syrian men, women, Christian, Yazidi, Druze, Alewite, Armenian, and various other segments of Syrian society. But it appears that Western media does not want you to know who the Syrian people are, and most importantly, Western media does not want you to know that the “opposition” groups consist of foreign Islamist fighters. These foreign Islamist fighters are not Syrian nationals–and therefore, it is absurd to call them “opposition”.

This term, “opposition”, gives westerners the false impression that these groups are fighting for a change in government–which is propaganda to fool the west. These foreign Islamic fighters are forcing Islamic Law on the Syrian people. And the Syrian people do not want Islamic Law. They want to keep the system of government they presently have (see: “Everything You Need to Know About the Syrian People” on my website to understand the current system).

This video shows a new troop of 134 female volunteers in the Syrian Army at a military training camp on January 27, 2015.

In the video, the new volunteers are chanting:

“With our blood and soul we are fighting for Syria”

Cheri Berens lives in Egypt working as a researcher for the Egyptian Ministry of Culture. She experienced Egypt’s 2011 and 2013 revolutions and witnessed the Muslim Brotherhood takeover and violence that followed.