Until six months before she fled she had never even travelled by train alone, it has been reported.
She might be expelled for being a foreigner or, because she is a minor reported missing in Germany, she could be handed over to Germany.' Earlier this week, an officer in Iraq's elite counter terrorism unit told The Telegraph said she was a sniper for ISIS.
Linda was found on her own, injured and screaming as Iraqi soldiers made their way through the bombed out houses of Mosul, Iraq's war-torn second city, according to Iraqi Mohammed Shuraf, (circled) who used an alias when describing the moment they found the 16-year-old Linda is thought to have left eastern Germany last July after the breakdown of her parents' marriage.
By the time her mother noticed she was missing, Linda (pictured left after she was found and right before leaving Germany) had already flown to Turkey and vanished'We, as the public prosecutor's office Dresden, have not applied for an arrest warrant and will therefore not be able to request extradition,' Haase said.
As she attended the church, her parents' marriage broke down and she moved with her mother to Pulsnitz. Unhappy and insecure, Linda suddenly found herself with a new stepfather - and an older stepsister called Dana.
In May last year the troubled teenager made contact on the internet with an Islamist preacher in Hamburg who sent her a copy of the Koran.'It seemed to offer her answers in a confused life,' said Christina, 16, a fellow pupil at the town's Ernst-Rierscher-Comprehensive school.
She was found alongside members of the terror group's fearsome all-female police force, some of whom were wearing suicide vests.