Please forward this to all Snowflakes so we can finally put them to shame for their lack of courage. What this young woman who was fighting ISIS said about the terror group is hilarious and not very surprising.
A young Danish woman who fled her homeland to fight jihadis on the frontline has revealed ISIS soldiers are ‘very easy to kill’ compared to President Assad’s ‘specialist killing machines.’
Joanna Palani, 23, who is now back in Copenhagen studying politics and philosophy, went to fight for the Kurds in Syria ‘for human rights for all people’.
During her year in the war-torn region she recalled the horrors she witnessed first-hand.
On her first night on the front line her comrade – a Swedish fighter – was killed by a sniper who shot him between the eyes after seeing smoke from his cigarette.
She also described the sickening moment she found a large group of children being held for sexual abuse by ISIS terrorists after liberating a village near Mosul.
After leaving Denmark in November 2014, Miss Palani first joined the YPG (People’s Protection Unit) and then the Peshmerga, the Western-trained and backed army of the Kurdish Regional Government.
The 23-year-old, of Kurdish descent, said at the time: ‘The Kurds are fighting for democracy and Western values. If I get captured or killed, I will be proud of why I was killed.’
While in Syria she fought both ISIS militants and Assad’s troops, who have been known to attack with chlorine gas, barrel bombs and vacuum bombs – all banned under international law.
Comparing the two, she said: ‘ISIS fighters are very easy to kill. ISIS fighters are very good at sacrificing their own lives, but Assad’s soldiers are very well trained and they are specialist killing machines.’
Read more: Daily Mail