Female Suicide Bombers: Dying for Equality?

The involvement of women in suicide bombings invites a host of operational, tactical, psychological, and sociological questions as to how much this phenomenon shares in or departs from the general phenomenon of suicide terrorism.

Shweitzer Yoram (ed.), Female Suicide Bombers: Duying for Equality, JCSS, 2006.

The question of feminist agenda is a thread that runs throughout the seven essays collected in Female Suicide Bombers: Dying for equality? Edited by Yoram Schweitzer.
The essays deal with women suicide bombers in three conflict arenas: the Israeli - Palestinian conflict, The Russian - Chechen conflict, and the Sri Lankan - Tamil conflict.


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