A BRAVE young woman who fought Islamic State on the frontline for 12 months has boasted the jihadists are "easy to kill".
Blonde politics student Joanna Palani fled the safety of her home to help blitz depraved ISIS terrorists in Iraq and Syria.
The 23-year-old, from Denmark, revealed she went to fight with Kurds because she believes in "human rights for all people".
Palani, who is now back in Copenhagen, said Bashar al-Assad’s troops were much harder to kill than ISIS fighters.
The expert markswoman, who travelled to Iraq in November 2014, told Vice: "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."
Palani fought for the People's Protection Unit and then the Western-backed Peshmerga before returning home.
And she heaped praise on the "amazing" young women she helped train to take on ISIS, also known as Daesh.
She said: "They are exhilarated after coming back from the frontline. They are more brave than I could ever have been at their age."
But she was robbed of a hero's welcome when she came back to Denmark last year – because authorities seized her passport.
She said: "They have forbidden me from leaving Denmark – I cannot continue my service down there as a soldier."
"How can I pose a threat to Denmark by being a soldier in an official army that Denmark trains and supports in the fight against ISIS?"