Kobani, Syria – A Canadian Israeli woman who was rumored to be captured by ISIS forces in Syria posted on her Facebook page on Monday that she is safe.

Gill Rosenberg, 31, posted on her Facebook page, “Guys, I’m totally safe and secure. I don’t have Internet access or any communication devices with me for my safety and security. I can’t reply regularly and only happened to have a chance to log in and see these (sic) news stories. Ignore the reports I’ve been captured. Yalla, Acharai!”

Reports began to surface on Sunday that Rosenberg had been captured by Islamic State members while fighting with the ranks of Kurdish fighters.

But some of her Facebook friends aren’t entirely sure that it’s really Rosenberg that made the post and some are requesting that she post a picture of herself with her commanding officers.

CTV News reports that posts on Sunday and Monday by two Facebook users to Rosenberg’s page suggested that she was safe, but did not provide solid proof.

Facebook user Oliver Bruno posted a message to Rosenberg’s page early Monday, saying “Gill is safe and she is not active on Facebook cause (sic) she has no Internet access.”

Bruno continued, “ISIS’s supporters launched a rumor on social media that she was captured in ‪#‎Kobani‬ which is not true, simply because Gill is at least 300 km. from Kobani.”

Later on Monday, Bruno again posted a message saying that the head of YPG forces in Kobani “categorically refuted these allegations.”

Information taken from CTV News