Saturday, November 9, 2019

Syria: ISIS bride from Alabama demands to be allowed to return saying she should be given a second chance

(Syria) 25 year old Hoda Muthana who was  born in New Jersey, and who willingly left the United States to join the Islamic State five years ago, is saying from Syria that  she "regrets every single thing" and is fighting for the right to return home despite the loss of her citizenship.

Muthana, left her family home in Alabama in 2014 after making contact with ISIS fighters through social media.  Upon arriving in Syria to join ISIS in 2014, Muthana burned her U.S. passport and declared herself a part of the caliphate. She married an Australian-born ISIS fighter who was killed in 2015 and subsequently married a Tunisian fighter who was also killed, but with whom she had a son. Muthana married one more fighter, whom she divorced. Over there took to social media in which to promote the ISIS ideology gaining  a large following after  expressing  anti-Western ideology encouraging jihadis to "go on drivebys, and spill all of their blood."

As the ISIS enclave in Syria collapsed, Muthana surrendered to coalition forces in January 2019 and asked to come back to the U.S. in February. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, through the instruction of President Trump, publicly denied reentry to Muthana and her two-year-old son. she in turn tried to sue the US government for denying an known enemy and traitor to the US to return, (Apparently that isn't working well) 

Well as other brides of ISIS have done Muthana  has given an interview (In the hope of changing public opinion)  where she says she "regrets every single thing" and believes she should be given the option to return to the United States with her young son.
“Anyone that believes in God believes that everyone deserves a second chance, no matter how harmful their sins were,”
Something tells me she'd be better off going to Yemen.