“When we celebrate Women’s Day on March (8), we must not forget there is another breed of female, which though is a daughter, sister, mother, wife or any other relation craving for gender equality, is also the deadliest of the species involved in acts of terrorism, which was earlier supposed to be a male bastion.”
I was attending a course called ‘Defence against Suicide bombing’ in Turkey. In one of the lectures on female suicide bombers, the lecturer dramatically said that she will show an ‘ explosive bra’. I quipped that all bras are explosive and it sent the class in a tizzy with a lot of giggles.
Jokes apart, the seriousness of the topic cannot be overlooked. The lethality of attack by female suicide bombers can be more than her male counterpart as she enjoys the gender bias of being female.
Realism only dawns in a much better way once one gets married. She cries only once – for the rest of life the male can take over.
If you are a Bond movie savvy ( sic), then all those deadly females will leave no stone unturned to try to fail the Bond’s mission”
– Former Commandant H. S. Rawat, National Security Guards (NSG) wrote in 2011.