Iran's female 'ninja rangers' train in the desert

Iran's female 'ninja rangers' train in the desert...
dailymail.co.uk 06/06/2017 Sports

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Iran's female 'ninja rangers': Warriors train with martial arts weapons in the desert as 4,000 women aim to become fighting machines
Women learn to climb and jump, hide in the mountains and 'slice the neck of a rival without making a sound'
They are practicing their moves in the Iranian desert in a bid to become highly-trained ninja rangers
4,000 women warriors are learning specialist martial art of Ninjutsu in the country
By Scott Campbell For Mailonline
Published: 19:07 BST, 5 June 2017
It may look like a scene out of Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon - but these Iranian women are practicing their moves in a bid to become highly-trained ninjas.

In Iran, there are 4,000 women in training to become kunoichi - female ninjas. Here they are pictured practicing their moves in the desert

* * * They were pictured brandishing deadly weapons while performing back flips and gravity-defying stunts in Iran - where the specialist martial art of Ninjutsu is popular with female pupils.
At this club which opened in 1989 and is based at the Jughin castle 25 miles outside of the capital Tehran there are 4,000 women in training to become kunoichi - female ninjas.
They learn to climb and jump walls, hide in the mountains and 'slice the neck of a rival without making a sound'.

This club at the Jughin castle opened in 1989 and tens of thousands of women have trained there

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Four of the women are seen in their camouflage uniforms performing high kicks - one of the skills they learn during training

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To become a kunoichi - or female ninja - requires incredible acrobatic strength and agility

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The highly-skilled women also train with weapons including chains which can be used to take out opponents

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