This renown stands in contrast to what her family has experienced. In December, Noor and her parents left their home in eastern Aleppo as part of a cease-fire that allowed civilians and rebels fighting to unseat President Bashar al-Assad to leave the opposition-held area.
Now their new home is being bombed by pro-government forces, according to the girl's father.
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Wassim Setout says he's is in constant fear for their lives.
"I worry I'll lose my daughter or my wife — it isn't safe here," said Setout, a 53-year-old black belt in karate. "I wait to finish my work and run to see them both."
Having once owned their own home in Aleppo, the family now lives in one rented bedroom.
“It is not easy for me to keep life going on,” the gym teacher said. "I swear, I fear death every day."
Setout said his daughter's martial arts lessons help them both get through these tough times.
“My dream is for Noor to become a champion,” he added.
Setout trains Noor every day, which gives them a way to escape their surroundings.
“It really affected us — the blood, the destruction, the bombings,” he said. “I hope Noor will be a shining candle among all of this devastation.”