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A woman from Alabama, who traveled to Syria and became the bride of an Islamic state fighter, wants to be admitted back to the United States, but President Trump will not allow it.
"I have instructed Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, and he fully agrees not to allow Hoda Mutana back into the country!" writes Wednesday on Twitter.
I have instructed Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, and he fully agrees not to allow Hoda Mutana to return to the country!
– Donald J. 20 February 2019
Mutana is 20 years old when he tells his family that he is going to Turkey for a university event. She then goes to Syria and joins Isis, becomes romantically linked to a number of Isis fighters, has a child with one of them, and claims to have spent several years in an attack on America.
Now Mutana wants to come home. The 24-year-old regrets that he has fallen into the terrorist group that has brainwashed her online, said NPR's lawyer David Green's family.
"People say she has betrayed this country, she should not be able to come back home," said Hassan Sheveli, but Motown was a "vulnerable young woman who was brainwashed and manipulated by these criminal leaders. They took advantage of it and used it, and it deeply profoundly disturbs them. She deeply regrets this. "" A free pass, "Shevey said," She wants her to come and face our legal system and pay any debt she can have to society and talk about to ensure that other people are not victims of trafficking and brainwashed and mistreated "to conduct criminal proceedings for their own nationals who have joined ISIS but Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said in a statement that Mutana is not a US citizen and will not be admitted to the country. "She does not have any equal footing, no valid United States passport is not entitled to a passport or a visa to travel to the United States, "said Pompey, adding:" We continue to strongly advise all US citizens not to travel to Syria.
Mutana was captured by Kurdish forces after escaping from Isis-controlled land, the Guardian said, calling her "once one of Isis's most popular online agitators who entered the social media to ask for blood of the Americans being spilled. " ] Mutana married an Australian jihadist who was killed during a fight. She then married a Tunisian fighter and gave birth to a son named Adam, now 18 months old. After this husband was murdered, Mutana briefly married a Syrian fighter.
All this time, Mutana was accused of calling on the Americans to kill in the name of Isis. "The Americans Wake Up!" she wrote on Twitter in 2015, according to a BuzzFeed News account. – Men and women. You have something to do while living under our greatest enemy, enough of your sleeping! Go for a walk and shed all their blood, or rent a big truck and ride on them. ] "Look, it's no secret that Hoda really came out of the bottom," said Shibili to NPR. "I mean, there was a moment when she called herself and her parents. It was really brainwashed. It was irrational. And now she is very sorry. I think she woke up from their magic. I thought I was doing things right in the name of God, "said Mutana to the Guardian. But it has changed, she told ABC News. "I hope they apologize to me because I was young and ignorant," she said. "And now I have no ideology, and I hope everyone will see it when I get back."
While Pompeo said that Mutana is not a citizen, she and her family say she is a Alabama citizen, Ruth Sherlock. said all the things that were discussed. He says he plans to file a court decision against the government's decision to force her to leave the country.
Now the issue is related to justice and citizenship at birth, Shibley said. "The Trump administration has used this as a test of nationality for the birth of the individual, and it is clear that she was a citizen when she was born," he said. "If they are able to deprive someone of their citizenship without the trial, without a proper trial, that is a huge superiority of the executive." fighter of Isis. The British government has said it will revoke its citizenship.