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Have a look of these female ninjas.
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    International Desk: Performing back flips and gravity-defying stunts, these are female ninjas of Iran, locally known as kunoichi.
    These days females practicing Ninjutsu can be easily seen in this country as this form of martial art has become increasingly popular here.
    In total, the strength of Ninjutsu practitioner women has reached around 3,500 in various independently run clubs. These clubs are under the supervision of the Ministry of Sports' Martial Arts Federation.
    Have a look of these female ninjas.
    Click NEXT slide to see more pics...
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    International Desk: Performing back flips and gravity-defying stunts, these are female ninjas of Iran, locally known as kunoichi.
    These days females practicing Ninjutsu can be easily seen in this country as this form of martial art has become increasingly popular here.
    In total, the strength of Ninjutsu practitioner women has reached around 3,500 in various independently run clubs. These clubs are under the supervision of the Ministry of Sports' Martial Arts Federation.
    Have a look of these female ninjas.
    Click NEXT slide to see more pics...
  • +9 See more slides
    International Desk: Performing back flips and gravity-defying stunts, these are female ninjas of Iran, locally known as kunoichi.
    These days females practicing Ninjutsu can be easily seen in this country as this form of martial art has become increasingly popular here.
    In total, the strength of Ninjutsu practitioner women has reached around 3,500 in various independently run clubs. These clubs are under the supervision of the Ministry of Sports' Martial Arts Federation.
    Have a look of these female ninjas.
    Click NEXT slide to see more pics...
  • +9 See more slides
    International Desk: Performing back flips and gravity-defying stunts, these are female ninjas of Iran, locally known as kunoichi.
    These days females practicing Ninjutsu can be easily seen in this country as this form of martial art has become increasingly popular here.
    In total, the strength of Ninjutsu practitioner women has reached around 3,500 in various independently run clubs. These clubs are under the supervision of the Ministry of Sports' Martial Arts Federation.
    Have a look of these female ninjas.
    Click NEXT slide to see more pics...
  • +9 See more slides
    International Desk: Performing back flips and gravity-defying stunts, these are female ninjas of Iran, locally known as kunoichi.
    These days females practicing Ninjutsu can be easily seen in this country as this form of martial art has become increasingly popular here.
    In total, the strength of Ninjutsu practitioner women has reached around 3,500 in various independently run clubs. These clubs are under the supervision of the Ministry of Sports' Martial Arts Federation.
    Have a look of these female ninjas.
    Click NEXT slide to see more pics...
  • +9 See more slides
    International Desk: Performing back flips and gravity-defying stunts, these are female ninjas of Iran, locally known as kunoichi.
    These days females practicing Ninjutsu can be easily seen in this country as this form of martial art has become increasingly popular here.
    In total, the strength of Ninjutsu practitioner women has reached around 3,500 in various independently run clubs. These clubs are under the supervision of the Ministry of Sports' Martial Arts Federation.
    Have a look of these female ninjas.
    Click NEXT slide to see more pics...
  • +9 See more slides
    International Desk: Performing back flips and gravity-defying stunts, these are female ninjas of Iran, locally known as kunoichi.
    These days females practicing Ninjutsu can be easily seen in this country as this form of martial art has become increasingly popular here.
    In total, the strength of Ninjutsu practitioner women has reached around 3,500 in various independently run clubs. These clubs are under the supervision of the Ministry of Sports' Martial Arts Federation.
    Have a look of these female ninjas.
    Click NEXT slide to see more pics...
  • +9 See more slides
    International Desk: Performing back flips and gravity-defying stunts, these are female ninjas of Iran, locally known as kunoichi.
    These days females practicing Ninjutsu can be easily seen in this country as this form of martial art has become increasingly popular here.
    In total, the strength of Ninjutsu practitioner women has reached around 3,500 in various independently run clubs. These clubs are under the supervision of the Ministry of Sports' Martial Arts Federation.
    Have a look of these female ninjas.
    Click NEXT slide to see more pics...
  • +9 See more slides
    International Desk: Performing back flips and gravity-defying stunts, these are female ninjas of Iran, locally known as kunoichi.
    These days females practicing Ninjutsu can be easily seen in this country as this form of martial art has become increasingly popular here.
    In total, the strength of Ninjutsu practitioner women has reached around 3,500 in various independently run clubs. These clubs are under the supervision of the Ministry of Sports' Martial Arts Federation.
    Have a look of these female ninjas.
    Click NEXT slide to see more pics...
  • +9 See more slides
    International Desk: Performing back flips and gravity-defying stunts, these are female ninjas of Iran, locally known as kunoichi.
    These days females practicing Ninjutsu can be easily seen in this country as this form of martial art has become increasingly popular here.
    In total, the strength of Ninjutsu practitioner women has reached around 3,500 in various independently run clubs. These clubs are under the supervision of the Ministry of Sports' Martial Arts Federation.
    Have a look of these female ninjas.
    Click NEXT slide to see more pics...

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