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A 12-month travel ban was imposed on Joanna to prevent her from travelling back to the conflict in September 2015, but in a closed court hearing in December she admitted travelling as far as Doha, Qatar, on 6 June this year and was taken into custody.
She has now told Mail Online she travelled to Syria.
A Danish politics student who trained as a sniper to fight Isis in Syria has told how she has 'lost everything' after being labelled a terrorist - and now faces assassination by Isis.
But no one knew they had died for freedom.' Pictured: Joanna Palani in Iraq with the Iraqi Peshmerga Joanna was taken into custody in Copenhagen last December after she flew abroad in defiance of a travel ban.Forced to move from location to location every three days, she says she is struggling financially and lacking all home comforts.'I am freezing cold every night and I go to bed hungry.'The Danish government is trying to set an example of me in court so they can say publicly that I am just the same as ISIS, but I am not a criminal.'I would take ten years in jail with pride to save people but I wouldn't accept one day in jail for being a danger to Denmark.'I was wanting to be back with my girls in Syria...I did this for the safety of Europe'Fighter: Joanna Palani defied Danish authorities to travel to the Syrian frontline last year, above, and is now facing jail in Copenhagen.