A Syrian female soldier who was killed yesterday in a roadside bomb has returned to life after, local activists reported.

Hanaa Salah Mohammed, a female recruit in the highly-trained Republican Guard, was reported dead as a roadside bomb exploded near the bus she and her comrades were taking from her combat mission in Darayya, west of the capital Damascus.

One female soldier, Farah Suleiman, was also killed, 11 wounded in the explosion which took place in Mazzah district on Sunday evening.

It is noteworthy that fully-fledged women commandos are fighting armed militants in the city of Darayya, nearly 8 km southwest to the capital; most of them are skilled snipers.

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Though, of course, the loss of a male soldier’s life is just as much a loss as that of a female soldier, to hear of 11 female soldiers being killed is so damned angering and heartbreaking! May God greally comfort and strengthen each of their family members and close friends. May God quickly change the mindset of every political and military figure of each country harming Syrians – so they desist from doing so – or may He quickly destroy each of them in payment for all of the Syrian lives they have caused to be taken and continue to.… Read more »