Social media accounts belonging to the ISIS terrorist group have called on members of the group in Europe to kill the Danish girl who fought against them, placing a one-million-dollar bounty on her.

Al Arabiya reported that the terrorist group has said whoever kills Joanna Palani - A young Danish-Kurdish woman who fled her homeland to fight ISIS in Syria – will receive the reward.

Palani, who is 23 years old, is facing punishment from the Court of Copenhagen City after she violated Denmark’s ‘foreign fighter’ rule, for fighting in Syria with Kurdish forces against ISIS.

Reportedly, she went to Syria in order to fight for the Kurds for “human rights for all people.”

Earlier this year, she said that ISIS troops are “very easy to kill.”

The militant group has been committing vicious crimes against all ethnic and religious groups in Iraq and Syria, including Sunnis, Shias, Kurds and Christians.

It’s nearly three weeks after Damascus and its allies launched a major offensive to recapture the militant-held part of the city, and at the moment Syrian forces are almost in full control of the northern city of Aleppo.

ISIS has been actively fighting Syrian and Iraqi governments for a few years. The terrorist group was first backed by Western countries to overthrow the Syrian government.