Farmer's Daughter Disarms Terrorist Commander And Kills Him

Here is a great story that was published in the Telegraph

Rukhsana Kausar, 21, was with her parents and brother in Jammu and Kashmir when three gunmen, believed to be Pakistani militants, forced their way in and demanded food and beds for the night.

Their house in Shahdra Sharief, Rajouri district, is about 20 miles from the ceasefire line between Indian and Pakistani forces.

When they forced their way into Miss Kausar's home, her father Noor Mohammad refused their demands and was attacked.

His daughter was hiding under a bed when she heard him crying as the gunmen thrashed him with sticks. According to police, she ran towards her father's attacker and struck him with an axe. As he collapsed, she snatched his AK47 and shot him dead.

She also shot and wounded another militant as he made his escape.

Police have hailed the woman's bravery.

They said she would be nominated for the president's gallantry award.

She may also receive a reward if, as police believe, the dead terrorist is confirmed as Uzafa Shah, a wanted Pakistani LeT commander who had been active in the area for the past four years.

Miss Kausar said she had never fired an assault rifle before but had seen it in films and could not stand by while her father was being hurt. "I couldn't bear my father's humiliation. If I'd failed to kill him, they would have killed us," she said.

You have to love this folks, three big bad terrorists are taken out by a 21 year old farmers daughter. How humiliating it must be for the terrorists who escaped, one who was wounded when shot by the young lady, after she killed their commander who was beating her father.

Good thing that she is in India and not here in the United States because if she were here, the liberals would be calling for her to be prosecuted for daring to shoot a criminal who broke into her house and attacked her family.

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