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Kurdish Style,Female Face

Margaret Giwargis (- 1969) “The Assyrian Lioness”.   One of the first female fighters in the history of the Kurdish resistance. She quickly asserted herself as a capable fighter, commanding at the head of an otherwise all-male unit. ”Kurdish leaders deftly transformed her into a local version of Joan of Arc and handed out portraits of her to the peshmergas who carried her photos into battle as a talisman.”

Margaret Giwargis (- 1969) “The Assyrian Lioness”. One of the first female fighters in the history of the Kurdish resistance. She quickly asserted herself as a capable fighter, commanding at the head of an otherwise all-male unit. ”Kurdish leaders deftly transformed her into a local version of Joan of Arc and handed out portraits of her to the peshmergas who carried her photos into battle as a talisman.”

Kurdistan. A Kurdish girl with traditional tatoo and haed-shal from Dêrik province, Northern Kurdistan (The Kurdish artist Rojîn)

Kurdistan. A Kurdish girl with traditional tatoo and haed-shal from Dêrik province, Northern Kurdistan (The Kurdish artist Rojîn)

Romanian photographer Mihaela Noroc has been traveling the globe in search of female subjects for her photography seriesThe Atlas of Beauty. Young Kurdish woman in Istanbul, Turkey

Romanian photographer Mihaela Noroc has been traveling the globe in search of female subjects for her photography seriesThe Atlas of Beauty. Young Kurdish woman in Istanbul, Turkey

The grannies with Kalashnikovs facing a bloodbath on Nato's doorstep HERO

The grannies with Kalashnikovs facing a bloodbath on Nato's doorstep

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