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ISIS place million-dollar bounty on Danish fighter

Social media accounts of the ISIS militant group have called for their affiliates in Europe to kill the Danish girl who fought against them

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Social media accounts of the ISIS militant group have called for their affiliates in Europe to kill the Danish girl who fought against them, placing a one-million-dollar bounty on her.

According to Al Arabiya.Net, the militant group stated that whoever kills Joanna Palani - A young Danish-Kurdish woman who fled her homeland to fight ISIS in Syria - will receive a million-dollar reward.

Palani, 23, is currently facing punishment from Copenhagen City Court after she violated Denmark’s ‘foreign fighter’ rule, for fighting with Kurds against ISIS.

She reportedly went to fight for the Kurds in Syria “for human rights for all people,” and earlier this year she stated that ISIS soldiers are “very easy to kill.”