Terror group offer $1m bounty for the capture of a female opposition
Islamic terrorists, ISIS, are offering a large sum for the capturing of Joanna Palani, who fought them in Syria and Iraq.
The bounty offer was posted on ISIS' social media platforms which was translated in various languages.
In the mean time, Palani is being held under incarceration at a prison in Denmark while also facing trial for going against a 12-month travel ban enforcement in June 2015.
If convicted, she is expected to spend two years in prison for infringing against the law which was developed to restrict the movement of terrorists from Denmark to the Middle East.
According to the India Times, Palani has been a subject of ferocious attack by ISIS who have made their criticism of her both online and offline.
There has always been a sort of doggedness about Joanna Palani. She was born in a refugee camp in Ramadi, Iraq during the first Gulf War.
At a young age, she suspended her politics degree to join the Kurdish revolution in its battle against Islamic extremists, ISIS.
She has fought with the Kurdish People's Protection Units in northern Syria and Peshmerga forces in Iraq.
All these were inspired by her values in fighting for the rights of women, a thing she learnt from her exposure to European life.
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