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By Faye Higbee:

Joanna Palani is an accomplished sniper at just 23 years old, and is a resident of Denmark. She dropped out of her political studies in college to fight with the Peshmerga to battle Islamic terrorists in Syria. Now she faces prison time in Denmark for violating a travel ban, and has a $1 Million bounty on her head from ISIS. She is referred to as “Lady Death.”

Losing everything for freedom

The travel ban is an anti-terrorism measure to stop people from joining ISIS. But Joanna went to fight with the Peshmerga against the terror group.

She was arrested in December by Denmark’s intelligence service P.E.T., and held in prison for 3 weeks until a judge released her prior to the trial. Even though she has recently started working again, the bills from the court have cause her great difficulties. While in jail, she was told of the bounty on her head.

She has to move from location to location every 3 days to keep from being captured or killed by the fanatic Islamic group. She knows that there are many ISIS fighters present in Denmark and looking for her.

She has refused protection from the Danish intelligence service because she doesn’t trust them.

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