ISIS Fighters Are Very Easy To Kill – Kurdish Fighter.

Kurdish fighter who gave up being a student to fight Isis describes horrors she witnessed

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A woman who gave up her life as a student to fight Isis militants in Syria has described the horrors she witnessed in the country.

Joanna Palani, 23, left college in November 2014 to ‘fight for human rights for all people’ with the People’s Protection Unit (the YPG) for six months, before joining the Peshmerga for an additional six months.

The Kurdish fighter claims she saw children being sexually abused by Isis fighters.

A woman who gave up her life as a student to fight Isis militants in Syria has described the horrors she witnessed in the country.

Joanna Palani, 23, left college in November 2014 to ‘fight for human rights for all people’ with the People’s Protection Unit (the YPG) for six months, before joining the Peshmerga for an additional six months.

The Kurdish fighter claims she saw children being sexually abused by Isis fighters.

On her first night in the front line she witnessed her comrade being shot dead in front of her by a sniper.

But when Ms Palani returned to Copenhagen on leave she received an email from Kurdish police informing her that her passport was no longer valid.

She said if she returned to Syria or Iraq she could be imprisoned for up to six years under new laws designed to stop Isis supporters joining the terror group in conflict zones.

Ms Palani is now deciding whether to give up her passport and rejoin her battalion or remain in Copenhagen.

She told Vice: “These small girls, the sex slaves, I can’t as a human being—but especially as a Kurdish girl—I can’t ignore them. I can’t say I’m doing good in Denmark, so never mind what they are doing to these girls in Kurdistan.”

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