November 10, 2019
Muthana and her son
At least this one isn’t getting a free pass back into the US.
A US-born woman who says she regrets joining ISIS has appealed again to come home from the refugee camp where she lives with her young son in Syria because life is tough there.
The government is refusing to let Hoda Muthana, 25, return to the US, arguing that she is not an American citizen.
In an interview with NBC News published Saturday, Muthana said she ‘regrets every single thing’ done by ISIS, which she joined in 2014 after embracing extremist ideology while living with her family in Alabama.
‘Anyone that believes in God believes that everyone deserves a second chance, no matter how harmful their sins were,’ Muthana said.
What a manipulative and stinky slut.
What if her second chance was not being shot to death? What if her second chance is being alive with her son after all the things she’s done?
Why does the “second chance” have to be about living in America?
Muthana fled her home in suburban Birmingham in late 2014 and resurfaced in Syria where she used social media to advocate violence against the United States. She married three ISIS fighters, all of whom died in combat.
According to the Counter Extremism Project she took part actively in ISIS propaganda. She also urged jihadists in America to ‘go on drive-bys, and spill all of their blood’.
Muthana hailed an attack in 2015 in France against the offices of the magazine Charlie Hebdo, which left 12 people dead.
She now says ‘it was an ideology that really was just a phase’ and refused to discuss those earlier comments in the NBC interview.
It was just a phase!
Just a phase.
She found herself! She got it out of her system now!
She’s changed now!
The interview was conducted in northeast Syria at the Al-Roj refugee camp, controlled by Kurdish forces, where Muthana lives with her two-year-old son Adam.
Muthana said she fears for her life because she could be targeted by people at the camp who have not renounced ISIS.
‘I did not support the beheadings from (IS) from day one, until now I do not support any of their crimes and suicide attacks,’ Muthana said.
The US government has repatriated several American women linked to the group, along with their children, but not Muthana.
Washington argues she is not a US citizen even though she was born in the US because she is the daughter of a diplomat serving for the Yemeni government at the time.
The children of US-based foreign diplomats do not enjoy citizenship by birthright.
Muthana has filed suit to try to return to the US. She had traveled to Syria on a US passport.
‘I am a citizen and I have papers to prove it. I am as American as a blond-haired blue-eyed girl and I would like to stay in my country and do American things,’ Muthana told NBC.
No, she is not.
It should be illegal for anyone in white countries to be called “Muthana” regardless of skin color, for starters, and if we’re talking American, then there’s nothing more American than US citizens who look like the people who — you know — CREATED THE ENTIRE COUNTRY.
And while we’re on the topic, why should white Americans whose great-grandparents and whose great-grandparents’ grandparents were Americans be considered just as American as some random primitive-skinned whose parents came when the country was already great to leech off of the fruits of other people’s labor?
Citizenship and paperwork should come after blood and soil, not as a replacement.
She said she is willing to face the US justice system if she is allowed to return.
She said she wants to provide a better life for her son.
‘I want my son to be around my family, I want to go to school, I want to have a job and I want to have my own car.’
On the one hand they hate white people, on the other hand they want to enjoy what white people make possible.
Maybe the primitive-skinned really do believe in the magic soil stuff.