'Radicalized' at age 7, 15 year old girl stabs female police officer because she can't go to Syria
A teenaged female ISIS fanatic who nearly killed a policewoman in a knife attack in Germany last week was radicalised at the age of seven, it has been revealed.
The grammar school girl identified only as Safia S told detectives she wanted to strike in Germany because she could not make it to Syria.
An attempt to enter the country last month failed when her mother flew out to Turkey and brought her back from the border.
Police say hate preachers in a mosque where she regularly attended Friday prayers as a toddler 'manipulated' her mind and set her on the path of perverted Islam and violence.
Her mother Hasna L, 57, came from Morocco and her father is German. Both she and brother Saleh, 18, were brought up by Hasna after their father walked out on the family in childhood.