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"Ready to Fight Again": Afghan Woman, 15, Who Murdered Taliban militants.

An Afghan girl who killed two Taliban fighters dead after her parents were gunned down said she was ready to kill any other militants who may want to attack her.

Qamar Gul, 15, killed the terrorists in a remote village in central Ghor province last week as they invaded her house.

"I don't fear them anymore and I'm ready to fight them again," Gul told AFP by phone from a relative's home, where guards were watching her.

A picture of Gul posing with a gun has been circulating online, with many supporting her actions and calling for her safe escape from the country. It was around midnight when the Taliban came in, Gul said, recalling that night's events. She slept with her 12-year-old brother in her room when she heard the sound of men attempting to push at their house doorstep. "My mother rushed to stop them but had already opened the door by then," said Gul. "They pulled out my mother and father and shot them many times. I was terrified." Moments later, though, "pain took over". "I picked up the gun that we had at home, went to the door and shot them," said Gul, who was taught how to shoot an AK-47 assault rifle by her father. Her brother rushed in when one of the gunmen, who seemed to be the leader of the party, tried to shoot. "My brother took the gun from me and shot him. The man ran off injured, just to return," she said. At that time several villagers and pro-government militants had reached the building. Following a protracted gun fight the Taliban finally fled. The New York Times reported on Wednesday that a family feud also involved the killings at Gul 's home — and that one of the assailants was Gul's own husband. In Taywara district, where Gul 's remote village is situated, its scene of almost daily conflicts between government forces and the Taliban, the insurgents frequently kill villagers they consider to be informers for the government or security forces. Thousands of people on social media are insisting protection from the government, some calling for her to be sent out of Afghanistan. "I ask the president to help move her to a safe location, as she and her family are at risk," influential women's rights activist and former lawmaker Fawzia Koofi wrote on Facebook. Munera Yousufzada, an official in the defense ministry, said Gul's "brave act" was an Afghan women's message to the Taliban. President Ashraf Ghani also praised Gul for "defending her family against a vicious enemy," Sediq Sediqqi, his spokesman told AFP. A Taliban spokesman has confirmed that there was an operation in the area of the attack, but denied that a woman had killed any of the group's fighters.

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