Fir­ing squad for ter­ror teen?

Ger­man ter­ror thug faces pos­si­ble ex­e­cu­tion

Ottawa Sun - - NEWS - BRAD HUNTER

For a Ger­man teen who joined Is­lamic State, things have gone from bad to wurst.

Linda Wen­zel, 16, who fled her home­town of Dres­den for the luxe life of an Is­lamic State bride, faces a very real pos­si­bil­ity she’ll be ex­e­cuted.

The ter­ri­fied Teu­tonic teen and 20 other fe­male mem­bers of the death cult’s ladies aux­il­iary were cap­tured in Mo­sul, in late July.

“Make room, make room, she is a Chris­tian, she can’t take it any more,” one sol­dier can be heard say­ing in an Iraqi am­a­teur video, the Daily Mail re­ported.

“She is hurt­ing, she is weak, she is a blonde, she is a Ger­man. Her name is Dania, no Linda. Al­lah, Al­lah. Make way, guys, let her through.”

Cur­rently caged in Bagh­dad, the Is­lamic State-lov­ing Lolita is be­ing ques­tioned by U.S. and Iraqi in­tel­li­gence over her ter­ror ties.

Nick­named the “Belle of Mo­sul,” Wen­zel was lured into Is­lamic State’s clutches when she fell in love on­line with a re­cruiter for the ter­ror group.

He con­vinced the girl to join him in Iraq.

She con­verted to Is­lam, then stole her mom’s pass­port and money, and jet­ted off to Turkey.

Wen­zel was smug­gled into Iraq and mar­ried her bomb­ing beau, a Chechen later killed by al­lied fight­ers.

Iraqi se­cret ser­vice sources told the Daily Tele­graph that Wen­zel op­er­ated as a sniper.

In ad­di­tion, she was part of Is­lamic State’s re­li­gious Gestapo.

Ger­many is re­port­edly de­cid­ing how to pro­ceed with the way­ward teen.

If she goes back, she’ll be tried for ter­ror­ism.

But if her home­land turns its back and she’s con­victed of ter­ror­ism in Iraq, a fir­ing squad is a real pos­si­bil­ity.


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