Denmark's Most Wanted Vigilante
On the Front Lines
“As a sniper I could be on the front line for nine days at a time. You have to be very patient. You have to focus. You cannot lose concentration for one moment.”
Trouble With the Law
In the fall of 2015 after returning to Denmark from fighting, Danish authorities banned her from returning to the region. Of course, she could not stay away from the fight for what she knew was right, and so she flew back to Qatar to continue her crusade for women’s rights and freedom.
From Qatar she walked for seven hours through the night to cross the boarder back into Syria. There she rejoined her comrades and continued fighting.
Upon her return to Copenhagen, however, she was imprisoned by the Danish government for three weeks in Vestre Fængsel, Denmark’s largest prison. But is this truly justice?
Click NEXT to find out where she is now and why there’s such a big bounty on her head.