කිතු උපත සමරන නත්තල කේන්ද්‍ර කොට පලවන බ්ලොග් සටහන-03-ක්‍රිස්තුස් සමිඳුන් මෙලොවට වැඩියේ මඩනා ලද්දවුන්ටද විමුක්තිය දීමට බව ශුද්ධ ලියවිල්ලේ සඳන්වෙයි.”මක්නිසාද ඔහුගේ බරවූ වියගහද ,ඔහුගේ කරේ දණ්ඩද, ඔහුගේ පීඩාකාරයාගේ යෂ්ඨියද, මිදියන්හී දවසේදී මෙන් ඔබ වහන්සේ කඩා දැමූ සේක.”


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ක්‍රිස්තුස් සමිඳුන් මෙලොවට වැඩියේ පාගන ලද්දවුන්ට විමුක්තිය දීමට බව ශුද්ධ ලියවිල්ලේ සඳන්වෙයි.

කිතු උපතට ශත වර්ෂ ගනනාවකට පෙර ඊශ්‍රායෙල් දේශයේ විසූ යෙසායා ධර්මවක්තෲවරයා විසින් මෙසේ දහම් අනාවැකි පවසා ඇත.

“නුමුත් අන්තීම කාළයේදී උන්වහන්සේ යොර්දාන් අසබඩ මුහුදු පළාතවූ ජාතීන්ගේ ගළීලය මහිමතාවයට පැමිණවූ සේක.
අන්ධකාරයෙහි ඇවිද්දාවු සෙනඟ මහත් ආලෝකයක් දුටුවෝය.මරන සෙවන ඇති දේශයේ විසූ අය කෙරෙහි එලියක් බැබළුනේය…….
මක්නිසාද ඔහුගේ බරවූ වියගහද ,ඔහුගේ කරේ දණ්ඩද, ඔහුගේ පීඩාකාරයාගේ යෂ්ඨියද, මිදියන්හී දවසේදී මෙන් ඔබ වහන්සේ කඩා දැමූ සේක…….තවද කෝළහාලයට පැමිණෙන යුධකාරයාගේ සියළු යුධ වහන්ද ලෙයෙහි පෙඟු වස්ත්‍රද ගින්නෙහි දැමීමට දර පිණිස වන්නේය.
මක්නිසාද අපට පුත්‍රයෙක් දෙන ලද්දේය.ආණ්ඩුවද උන්වහන්සේගේ කර පිට තිබෙන්නේය.උන්වහන්සේගේ නාමය අපූර්වය.මංත්‍රිවරයාය, පරාක්‍රමවත් දෙවියන්වහන්සේය,සදාකාල පියාණෝය,සමාදානයේ කුමාරයයයි කියනු ලබන්නේය.” -යෙසාය 9 පරිච්ඡේදය

අපේ දරුවන්ට හොඳ පාසැල් සෙවීමට අපි අපමන වෙහෙසක ගනිමු. අපගේ ගැහැනු දරුවන් , පිරිමි දරුවන් හා කරට කර විශ්ව විද්‍යාල අධ්‍යාපනය ලබති.
අපගේ ගැහැනු දරුවන් උපාධි ලබා සිය ජීවිතය සාර්ථක කර ගනිති.
එහෙත් මේ ඔබ දකින්නේ එයට සපුරාම වෙනස් සේයාරූප සමූහයකි.

සිය දේශයත්,සිය අනන්‍යතාවයත්, සිය ස්වාධීනත්වයත් , සිය ආගමීක අයිතීන්ද, සිය පති කුලයට යාමේ ගෞරවයත් රැක ගැනුම සඳහාත්,දිවි පරදුවට තබා සටන් වදින සිරියානු කුර්දි සටන්කාමි කාන්තා බලකායන්ගේ හා ලොව පුර කාන්තා සෙබලියන්ගේ සේයාරූය.

එතුමානන් මෙලොවට ආගමනය කළේ “පාගා ගෙන සිටින කාන්තාවන්ගේ” හා සෙසූ මඩනා ලද්දවුන්ගේද විමුක්තිය සඳහාය!!

Meet The Kurdish Women Fighting ISIS

 

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To an ISIS militant, one of the worst things that could transpire in combat is not just being killed, but being killed by a woman. If this happens, ISIS members believe that they will go directly to hell. If hell exists, rest assured that they have been sent there by a number of Kurdish women.

In August 2014, ISIS moved to the Sinjar area of Iraq and began to persecute, capture and kill its minority Yazidi population–an ancient, mainly Kurdish people. Female Kurdish soldiers were instrumental in the Kurdish counteroffensive, rescuing thousands of Yazidis trapped by ISIS on Mount Sinjar. The women have since extended their fight against radical militants to Kobani, Syria. See what life for these soldiers is like in the gallery below:

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Many of these Kurdish women compose the female branch of the YPG militia, which, along with PKK (a Kurdish nationalist party) guerrillas and US-backed peshmergas (recognized Kurdish soldiers), have been fighting ISIS back and providing humanitarian aid to local populations for nearly the past year.

Anywhere from 7,000 to 10,000 women form the all-female branch of the YPG–the YPJ–and are usually 18 to 25 years old. Influenced by the Marxist-Leninist thought of jailed PKK founder Abdullah Ocalan, the Kurdish nationalist party demands that gender equality be re-instated, making women’s “liberation” a key component of the party’s nationalist project.

Women at war: From tackling ISIS to fighting in the Ukraine, photographs offer fascinating look at the female soldiers on the front line around the world

  • Pictures show women serving with armed forces around the world including in Pakistan, Jordan 
  • They include images of pro-Russian rebels in Donetsk, Ukraine, and US soldiers serving in southern Afghanistan

From tackling ISIS to fighting in the Ukraine, these fascinating images show some of the women serving on the front line.

The photographs show female soldiers and fighter pilots in action among the ranks of armed forces around the world, including in Syria, Pakistan .

One image shows fighters from the Sawt al-Haq (Voice of Rights) battalion of the Free Syrian army standing with their weapons as they undergo military training in Aleppo.

The images include a shot of US Army soldier SSG Norma Gonzales of 426 Civil Affairs Battalion waiting to be flown by helicopter to a base in Kandahar, southern Afghanistan.

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Ready for battle: Female members of the Sawt al-Haq (Voice of Rights) battalion of the Free Syrian Army stand with their weapons as they undergo military training in Aleppo in 2013

Ready for battle: Female members of the Sawt al-Haq (Voice of Rights) battalion of the Free Syrian Army stand with their weapons as they undergo military training in Aleppo in 2013

On patrol: Female North Korean soldiers are pictured along the banks of Yalu River, near the North Korean town of Sinuiju, opposite the Chinese border city of Dandong

Pro-Russian rebels stand near a monument during a ceremony to honour the World War Two defenders of Donetsk from Nazi forces. The picture was taken in Donetsk, Ukraine in September last year

Pro-Russian rebels stand near a monument during a ceremony to honour the World War Two defenders of Donetsk from Nazi forces. The picture was taken in Donetsk, Ukraine in September last year

US Army soldier SSG Norma Gonzales of 426 Civil Affairs Battalion reads a magazine while waiting to be transported by helicopter to a base in Kandahar, southern Afghanistan in 2012

A Syrian Palestinian woman known only as 'Guevara' - married to an Al Wa'ad battalion commander - is pictured holding her gun and walking through the ruins of a street in the city of Aleppo, Syria

In training: An Israeli soldier of the Caracal battalion stands next to backpacks after finishing a 20-kilometre march in Israel's Negev desert, near Kibbutz Sde Boker in May last year

In training: An Israeli soldier of the Caracal battalion stands next to backpacks after finishing a 20-kilometre march in Israel’s Negev desert, near Kibbutz Sde Boker in May last year

Line of fire: A female member of the 'Mother Aisha' battalion, an all-female rebel group in Syria, receives instruction as she holds a rifle during military training in Aleppo's Salaheddine district

Line of fire: A female member of the ‘Mother Aisha’ battalion, an all-female rebel group in Syria, receives instruction as she holds a rifle during military training in Aleppo’s Salaheddine district

Taking flight: Ayesha Farooq, 26, Pakistan's only female war-ready fighter pilot, climbs up to a Chinese-made F-7PG fighter jet at Mushaf base in Sargodha, north Pakistan

Armed: Former petrol station worker Irina became a member of a reconnaissance team of pro-Russian rebels in the town of Makievka, eastern Ukraine. She is pictured holding a gun in October last year

Weapons inspection: A Kurdish female fighter from Kurdish People's Protection Units (YPG) checks her gun near Ras al-Ain, in the province of Hasakah, Syria, after capturing the city from Islamist rebels in 2013

Weapons inspection: A Kurdish female fighter from Kurdish People’s Protection Units (YPG) checks her gun near Ras al-Ain, in the province of Hasakah, Syria, after capturing the city from Islamist rebels in 2013

Tender touch: Um Jaafar, a woman fighter in the Free Syrian Army, sits with her husband Abu Jaafar, a Sawt al-Haq (Voice of Rights) battalion commander, and her daughter Faten at their home in Aleppo

On the march: Members of the Jordanian police women’s team attend the 7th Annual Warrior Competition at the King Abdullah Special Operations Training Center in Amman, the country’s capital on Wednesday

Protection: A member of a Female Commando Battalion - part of the Syrian Army - attaches her headgear in the government-controlled area of Jobar, a suburb of the capital Damascus in March

Protection: A member of a Female Commando Battalion – part of the Syrian Army – attaches her headgear in the government-controlled area of Jobar, a suburb of the capital Damascus in March

A female pro-Russian rebel stands on a truck as she prepares to take position near the Sergey Prokofiev International Airport during fighting with Ukrainian government forces in the town of Donetsk, eastern Ukraine in October 2014

A female pro-Russian rebel stands on a truck as she prepares to take position near the Sergey Prokofiev International Airport during fighting with Ukrainian government forces in the town of Donetsk, eastern Ukraine in October 2014

Kurdish Peshmerga female fighters take part in combat skills training before deploying to fight the Islamic State at their military camp in Sulaimaniya, northern Iraq in September last year

 

 

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