Then she responded immediately.' The teenager, described as 'a brilliant student' is said to have become 'lonely and withdrawn' after her parents' marriage broke down and her mother Katharina began a new relationship with a caretaker at a local school.She is thought to have met a Muslim man online who enticed her to join ISIS after the breakdown of her parents' marriage.'At that time, there were still a few hundred ISIS fighters in town.He added: 'We were very happy, everyone wanted to take a picture.'There is the possibility that Linda might be put on trial in Iraq.
Female priest Maria Gruener said: 'She was a very placid girl who did not want to take part in confirmation instruction.' But unbeknownst to her, Linda was falsely adopting the faith of the Christian church while secretly giving her heart to Islam.School friends have described the quiet teenager as becoming increasingly withdrawn.Another neighbour Angela Ehrenberg, 65, said: 'She was a very quiet, sensitive child.Until six months before she fled she had never even travelled by train alone, it has been reported.But on Friday July 1 last year she told her mother and father she was going to spend the weekend with a friend called Caroline and would be back in Sunday.