Iraqi women 'cooks heads of ISIS fighters'

Iraqi women 'cooks heads of ISIS fighters'

Wahida Mohamed Al-Jumaily, known as Um Hanadi, a 39-year-old grandmother has lost loved ones in her battle with the terror group - her second husband was killed earlier this year, and jihadists have also killed her father and three brothers. In response, the military leader - who describes herself as a 'housewife' - said, she beheaded her enemies, cooked their heads and burned their bodies.

Graphic images on her Facebook page show what appear to be two heads in a cooking pot, as well as images of headless bodies, which have seemingly been burned. 

Photos also show her tearfully crouched over a dead man, thought to be her second husband who was killed earlier this year. 

In an interview with CNN, Um Hanadi said: 'I fought them. I beheaded them. I cooked their heads, I burned their bodies.'

She said her two daughters, aged 22 and 20, are trained and ready to fight, but are currently focused on looking after their children. 

The militia leader said ISIS supporters had planted car bombs outside her home in 2006, 2009, 2010, and made three attempts on her life in 2013 and 2014, the Daily Mail reports.

She was badly injured, and has scars showing where shrapnel was left in her head and legs. 'But all that didn't stop me from fighting,' she said.