A runaway German schoolgirl was found in a tunnel system in Mosul. The 16-year-old girl was one of 20 ISIS members captured in the city. She was part of a group of an ISIS all-female police force.
Linda Wenzel, from the town of Pulsnitz, near Dresden, was discovered with members of the terror group’s fearsome all-female police force.
Wenzel left Germany a year ago, posing as her mother Catherine. She flew from Frankfurt to Turkey, before making her way into Syria.
Police believe that she had fallen in love with a Muslim man she met online. The man persuaded her to come to Syria to join him.
She had somehow made her way to Mosul, Iraq, where she was caught in a tunnel system with other women, some of whom were wearing suicide vests and carrying automatic weapons. Media reports claimed they worked for the ISIS police force in Mosul.
Many foreign women were among those detained. Women from Russia, Turkey, Canada, and Chechnya were captured during military mopping-up operations last Thursday.
Authorities in Germany, who listed her as a potential terror suspect after her disappearance, are examining photos to confirm her identity.
If the girl is, in fact, Linda Wenzel, it’s going to be a long, hard road back from Islamic radicalization to her home in Germany. She’s still an ISIS fighter, and she’s still in Iraq – anything can happen!
Clash Daily reports:
The German schoolgirl was found in a tunnel system in Mosul, and she wasn’t alone…
The 10-month battle for Mosul resulted in the death of 25,000 ISIS terrorists. The teen was one of 20 ISIS members captured in the now-destroyed city. She was found with the ISIS all-female ‘police’ force.