Female Suicide Bombers

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Release Date: 
2004
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Running Time: 
46 min
Synopsis: 

"A new kind of terrorist is on the rise: female suicide bombers. More difficult to spot than male terrorists, and more difficult to understand, these women are the new face of terror. From Russia to Sri Lanka to the Middle East, women are increasingly turning their bodies into bombs, blowing up markets, schools, and even jetliners.  Who are these women, and why are they dying to kill? Are they driven by different motives than men? National Geographic Channel's Lisa Ling journeys to the war-torn streets of Chechnya and Israel's occupied territories to investigate. What she uncovers are surprising pieces of a complex puzzle."

Source: http://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/women-who-are-dying-to-kill-75260397.html

 

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