Whether Linda Wenzel was involved in brutalising anyone is also unclear.Two of her compatriots come from the western city of Mannheim, identified as 50-year-old Lamia K.I want to get away from the war, from the many weapons, from the noise.I just want to go home to my family.'Linda is thought to have left eastern Germany last July after the breakdown of her parents' marriage.and her 21-year-old daughter Nadia, both Germans with Moroccan roots.
It is unclear exactly what role she performed for the group in Mosul, but if she fought and killed for the extremists she could face a long jail term.
She flew to Istanbul, was smuggled into Iraq, marred a Chechen fighter who was killed and ended up in Mosul where an estimated 25,000 Isis volunteers died in the battle to retake the city.
In the video two men can be seen escorting Wenzel, who seems to wince in pain from a wound.
There are reports that she is being detained for questioning over terrorism offences and could face the death penalty in Iraq for being a member of ISIS.
Wenzel, who converted to Islam as a 15-year-old schoolgirl in her hometown of Pulsnitz in eastern Germany last year, ran away from home to join the fanatics after being groomed online by an ISIS recruiter.