No moral relevance problems for me, there’s clear right and wrong. There are moral fighters waging defence against genocide, and then there are scum-of-the-earth supporters of totalitarian headchopping tards.
Stay safe, and kill as many of them as you possibly can.
‘See you on the front line tomorrow’: Danish woman, 20, drops out of college to join Kurdish fighters battling ISIS in Kobane
Brave: Joanna Palani, a 20-year-old of Kurdish descent, uploaded this picture to her Facebook page showing her calmly smiling while wearing military fatigues, a bullet proof vest and carrying a large assault rifle
- Joanna Palani, 20, is believed to have travelled to Syria from Denmark
- Updated Facebook page showing her with gun, wearing military fatigues
- Last month she told Danish media of intention to fight ISIS in Kobane
- Added that she would be proud to die for democracy and Western values
- Ms Palani – who has lived in Denmark since she was three – said she would also have been on front line if extremists had attacked her own country
A Danish woman has become the latest Westerner to travel to the besieged Syrian city of Kobane and join Kurdish forces bravely battling Islamic State militants.
Joanna Palani, a 20-year-old of Kurdish descent, is understood to have written a message on her Facebook page describing a minor foot injury she picked up during a ‘hard’ attack on the jihadis.
Minutes earlier she had updated the page with a photograph of herself calmly smiling while wearing military fatigues, a bullet proof vest and carrying a large assault rifle – threatening ISIS militants with the words: ‘See you on the front line tomorrow’.
Ms Palani has become the latest Westerner to join the fight against ISIS in Kobane, where Syrian Kurds assisted by Iraqi Peshmerga troops and US and Arab coalition warplanes have managed to force hundreds of militants out of the centre of the city.
Ms Palani (left) – who has lived in Denmark since she was three-years-old – has joined the Kurdish YPJ regiment – the all-female sister force of the better known YPG (a member of which is pictured with her, right)
Ms Palani is the latest Westerner to join the fight against ISIS in Kobane (pictured), where Syrian Kurds assisted by Iraqi Peshmerga troops and US warplanes have forced hundreds of militants out the city centre
Details of Ms Palani’s journey to fight ISIS in Syria were reported by the Danish newspaper BT.
Less than a month ago she had made a gave an interview to Politiken saying that she was dropping out mid-way through her college course and intended to join the fight against ISIS in Kobane.
It is likely Ms Palani, who has lived in Denmark since she was three-years-old, has joined the Kurdish YPJ regiment – the all-female force of the better known YPG (People’s Protection Unit).
Both groups are affiliated with the PKK (Kurdistan Workers’ Party), which has been designated a terror group by NATO, but Ms Palani makes it clear that she does not agree with this assessment.
‘The Kurds are fighting for democracy and Western values,’ she was quoted as saying.
‘If I get captured or killed, I will be proud of why I was killed. If I was afraid of the consequences of going down there, I would not consider it,’ she reportedly added.