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söndag 11 december 2016

We urge the Danish people to press the Danish authorities to free Joanna Palani

We urge the Danish people to press the Danish authorities to free Joanna Palani
Anti - ISIS, Former KURDISH fighter ( Joanna Palani) Jailed in Demark, soon after Danish Prime Minister visit to Turkey full report : 
Joanna Palani is not a terrorist, she is a Kurd as everyone else and saw that Isis the brutal terrorist Islamists kill her sisters and brother in Kobanî when she decided to go to Kurdistan and defend their sisters against Islamic brutal terrorist organization in rojava western Kurdistan.
Däför we urge denmark official free Joanna Palani in haste as possible, we also invites the Danish people to protest against Denmark that captivated Joanna Palani.
Joanna Palani must be freed from prison in Denmark and the Danish authorities should not listen to the Turkish barbaric fascist regime all know Turkish regime of an anti-Kurdish regime

'YPJ is Not a Terrorist Organisation' Says Former YPJ Fighter Detained in Denmark
A former volunteer with the Women's Protection Units (YPJ) in Rojava-Northern Syria, Joanna Palani, has been detained in Denmark.
In a video posted on Facebook on 7 December Palani says she is currently in prison on terrorism charges and could be jailed for up to two years.
“I'm in prison for being a part of the YPJ, in Denmark. I don't know how long I have to stay here, they say maybe two years. I need your help to spread the news that the YPJ is not a terrorist organisation. Long live Ocalan. Long live our comrades,” the 23-year old says in the video.
Palani is a Danish citizen from a Kurdish family of Peshmerga fighters. Last year, she abandoned her studies in Copenhagen to fight with the Peshmerga and then with the YPJ against the jihadist Islamic State (ISIS/ISIL) group.
According to police sources who spoke to RT Palani was suspected of wanting to leave the country to participate in activities that could threaten Denmark’s national security. Legislation intended to stop Danish citizens from joining extremist jihadist groups may have been used in Palani's case.
The detainment also came ahead of Danish Prime Minister Lars Lokke Rasmussen's visit to Turkey today. The Danish PM was lauded by his Turkish counterpart Binali Yildirim for Denmark's closure of Kurdish TV channel Roj TV in return for Turkey lifting its objection to Anders Fogh Rasmussen becoming NATO General Secretary.
Turkey has labelled the YPJ and YPG as terrorist groups in its effort to prevent Kurdish gains in Rojava-Northern Syria Federation. 
Both groups are also a major force within the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF), which is spearheading the operation to liberate Raqqa, IS's de-facto capital in Syria and is supported by the U.S. led anti-IS coalition.
Source: Forget the Box

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