The interview came as the Iraqi Army continues a military operation to liberate the country's second largest city, Mosul, from the terrorists. Taking part in the operation are Kurdish Peshmerga forces, with many Kurdish women indicating their intention to join in Peshmerga's efforts to destroy Daesh.
"Women must be strong fighting Daesh and other terrorist groups. We will clean up the Kurdish territories from dirty Daesh and take revenge for the entire Kurdish people. We are ready to fight to the last to defend our dignity and free our people," Azad said.
She added that first and foremost, it is necessary to win back Mosul, which she said will add significantly to her cherished desire to finally wipe out the Daesh terrorists.
Azad said that despite suffering considerable losses, Kurdish women are not afraid to continue combating Daesh.
"It's the other way around: it is the jihadists who fear female Peshmerga. They are afraid of being killed by a woman, because they think that if they die in such a way they will find themselves in hell. This is why they are afraid of us," she said.
On March 5, special US presidential envoy for the international anti-Daesh coalition Brett McGurk announced the launch of a campaign to liberate Mosul. Daesh, a terrorist group that has been condemned by the governments of Russia, the United States and many other countries, captured Mosul and some of the area surrounding it in June 2014.