ISIS Terrorists Dress Up In Make-Up And Padded Bras, Try To Pass As Women To Escape MOSUL – FAIL! [VIDEO]

ISIS Terrorists Dress Up In Make-Up And Padded Bras, Try To Pass As Women To Escape MOSUL – FAIL! [VIDEO]

After a successful nine-month battle to retake Mosul, Iraq, from ISIS, the city is in ruins. But at least it is no longer ruled by ISIS. In a desperate bid to escape the city, a number of now-defeated ISIS fighters, tried to flee the city and avoid capture by dressing as women.

The irony here is that in Sharia law, women are next to nothing, lower than low when it comes to value. So, these formerly big tough fighters are now dressing as the very people they believe to be worthless in order to get away. It didn’t work. In order to look like a woman, it takes more than just makeup and a hijab. Many of these geniuses neglected to shave their facial hair and their chest hair, making for some scary looking women. Putting on bright red lipstick right under a big mustache does not exactly evoke visions of loveliness. And that bright purple eyeshadow? Hideous.

It’s always ridiculous to see men dress as women, but then to do so in a fashion that shows zero understanding of how real women comport themselves is even more ridiculous. Most actual women do not leave the house with a face made up like a clownish cartoon caricature. Real women don’t want to look like a circus act. And real men do not act like cowards and dress like women.

It’s a good thing that Mosul was taken back from ISIS. And it’s a good thing that these evil drag queens from ISIS did not succeed in getting away. Maybe they can do a drag show in prison. No doubt the other prisoners will appreciate how “pretty” they look. Or perhaps they are feeling a bit gender fluid and can’t decide which one to choose? Either way, they are some of the most terrible looking “women” on the planet. They are a laughable insult to women everywhere.

See video below.

https://youtu.be/IeSCHLi93ME

Sonja Bochow

Sonja Bochow

I live in Newark, DE, am married, and the mother of four children; Liam, Brenna, Keira and Erin. I am also a full time Bible teacher and have a Bachelor of Arts in Communication from West Chester University.

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