ISIS offered reward for $1 million for Killing Danish Woman
ISIS has reportedly offered $ 1 million rewards for killing a Kurdish-Danish woman who allegedly fought the terror group in Syria and Iraq. Joanna Palani, 23, dropped out of University in 2014 to fight the terror group.
She is currently behind the bars and facing trial in Copenhagen for leaving the country after a 12-month travel ban which was imposed on her in June 2015.
Joanna has been the subject of vicious threats on both online and offline following her return to Denmark.
The offering of a financial reward for her death was made by ISIS social media channels.
Last year she posted on Facebook, shortly after her passport was confiscated by cops, saying, “How can I pose a threat to Denmark and other countries by being a soldier in an official army that Denmark trains and supports directly in the fight against [ISIS]?”
Palani was born in a refugee camp in Iraq during the first gulf war.
In a Facebook post, Palani said she was inspired “to fight for women’s rights, for democracy – for the European values I learned as a Danish girl.”
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