Tuesday, 21 February 2012


A Ninjitsu club in Tehran has 3500 women training in ninja martial arts to become Kunoichi female ninjas. They perform gravity defying moves and stunts. Ninjitsu teaches them to maintain a balance between mind and body besides lesson in humility and respect as a part of the training.  

Sensai Akbar Faraji, founded the Ninjitsu club 22 years ago. And today the club has 24,000 members, including 3500 females. "In Ninjitsu, we call men ninjas and females are called kunoichi. Ninjitsu also means art of being invisible." says Akbar Faraji.

Ninjitsu is considered to be one of the most lethal and dangerous form of martial arts in the world. 

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