Firing squad for terror teen?
German terror thug faces possible execution
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.