Extremist Groups: Palestinian Women of al-Quds Brigades

Published October 10th, 2018 - 09:59 GMT

The al-Quds Brigades are considered a terror group by many states, and their extremist views may not be accurately reflected in the following images.

The female members of the group hit the headlines in December last year after President Trump recognised Jerusalem as Israel's capital.

 

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Al-Quds Brigades Female Fighters (static.seattletimes)

Al-Quds Brigades Female Fighters (static.seattletimes)

Al-Quds Brigades Female Fighters (jihadintel.meforum)

Al-Quds Brigades Female Fighters (jihadintel.meforum)

The women of the al-Quds Brigades holding Kalashnikov rifles and poised for action during the exercise at Khan Yunis on the southern section of the Gaza Strip (APA/Shutterstock)

The women of the al-Quds Brigades holding Kalashnikov rifles and poised for action during the exercise at Khan Yunis on the southern section of the Gaza Strip (APA/Shutterstock)

As part of the exercise the women fired shots into the sky (APA)

As part of the exercise the women fired shots into the sky (APA)

During the exercise the women showed off their close combat skills by firing rifles (APA)

During the exercise the women showed off their close combat skills by firing rifles (APA)

In the Gaza Strip, the al-Quds Brigades often fight using Quds rocket-attacks outside of populated civilian areas (APA)

In the Gaza Strip, the al-Quds Brigades often fight using Quds rocket-attacks outside of populated civilian areas (APA)

The camouflage wearing women of the outfit stand in line holding wooden rifles.  al-Quds Brigades is the military wing of Islamic Jihad, the second-most powerful armed group in the Gaza Strip after Hamas (APA)

The camouflage wearing women of the outfit stand in line holding wooden rifles. al-Quds Brigades is the military wing of Islamic Jihad, the second-most powerful armed group in the Gaza Strip after Hamas (APA)

The group is motivated to establishment of a sovereign, Islamic Palestinian state that lies within the geographic borders of pre-1948 Mandatory Palestine (APA)

The group is motivated to establishment of a sovereign, Islamic Palestinian state that lies within the geographic borders of pre-1948 Mandatory Palestine (APA)

The women with their weapons during the exercise as spectators look on (i.dailymail)

The women with their weapons during the exercise as spectators look on (i.dailymail)

The women, who are part of 12,000-member strong group (APA)

The women, who are part of 12,000-member strong group (APA)

Al-Quds Brigades Female Fighters (static.seattletimes)
Al-Quds Brigades Female Fighters (jihadintel.meforum)
The women of the al-Quds Brigades holding Kalashnikov rifles and poised for action during the exercise at Khan Yunis on the southern section of the Gaza Strip (APA/Shutterstock)
As part of the exercise the women fired shots into the sky (APA)
During the exercise the women showed off their close combat skills by firing rifles (APA)
In the Gaza Strip, the al-Quds Brigades often fight using Quds rocket-attacks outside of populated civilian areas (APA)
The camouflage wearing women of the outfit stand in line holding wooden rifles.  al-Quds Brigades is the military wing of Islamic Jihad, the second-most powerful armed group in the Gaza Strip after Hamas (APA)
The group is motivated to establishment of a sovereign, Islamic Palestinian state that lies within the geographic borders of pre-1948 Mandatory Palestine (APA)
The women with their weapons during the exercise as spectators look on (i.dailymail)
The women, who are part of 12,000-member strong group (APA)
Al-Quds Brigades Female Fighters (static.seattletimes)
Al-Quds Brigades Female Fighters (static.seattletimes)
Al-Quds Brigades Female Fighters (jihadintel.meforum)
Al-Quds Brigades Female Fighters (jihadintel.meforum)
The women of the al-Quds Brigades holding Kalashnikov rifles and poised for action during the exercise at Khan Yunis on the southern section of the Gaza Strip (APA/Shutterstock)
The women of the al-Quds Brigades holding Kalashnikov rifles and poised for action during the exercise at Khan Yunis on the southern section of the Gaza Strip (APA/Shutterstock)
As part of the exercise the women fired shots into the sky (APA)
As part of the exercise the women fired shots into the sky (APA)
During the exercise the women showed off their close combat skills by firing rifles (APA)
During the exercise the women showed off their close combat skills by firing rifles (APA)
In the Gaza Strip, the al-Quds Brigades often fight using Quds rocket-attacks outside of populated civilian areas (APA)
In the Gaza Strip, the al-Quds Brigades often fight using Quds rocket-attacks outside of populated civilian areas (APA)
The camouflage wearing women of the outfit stand in line holding wooden rifles.  al-Quds Brigades is the military wing of Islamic Jihad, the second-most powerful armed group in the Gaza Strip after Hamas (APA)
The camouflage wearing women of the outfit stand in line holding wooden rifles. al-Quds Brigades is the military wing of Islamic Jihad, the second-most powerful armed group in the Gaza Strip after Hamas (APA)
The group is motivated to establishment of a sovereign, Islamic Palestinian state that lies within the geographic borders of pre-1948 Mandatory Palestine (APA)
The group is motivated to establishment of a sovereign, Islamic Palestinian state that lies within the geographic borders of pre-1948 Mandatory Palestine (APA)
The women with their weapons during the exercise as spectators look on (i.dailymail)
The women with their weapons during the exercise as spectators look on (i.dailymail)
The women, who are part of 12,000-member strong group (APA)
The women, who are part of 12,000-member strong group (APA)