Hoda Mutana is a Alabama woman who leaves home to join the Islamic state group after radicalizing her online. Now she wants to go back to the United States, said a family lawyer this week.
The father of a woman from Alabama, who left the US to join the Islamic State group, filed a lawsuit against the Trump administration this week to return to her daughter and her child's reports in the United States.
In the federal court, Ahmed Ali Mutana claims that his 24-year-old daughter, Huda Mutana, is a native American citizen, and that the Trump administration must recognize her citizenship and accept Ms Mutana and her son in the United States and use all available funds to do so, the Washington Post reported.
On Wednesday, State Secretary Mike Pompeo said the woman was not a US citizen and will not
Hoda Muthana is currently in a Syrian refugee camp with her 1
8-month-old son after surrendering to Kurdish forces and fleeing from the remnants of the Islamic State Group (ISIS), a militant group that boasted. ISIS WIFE DILEMMA: CITIZENS OTHER THAN THE ESTABLISHMENTS, OTHER TERRORISTS CAN NOT BE TREATED BY REFUSAL, THE EXPERTS AGAINST
in Syria at the age of 20 to become the so-called "wife of Isis "in marriage to an Islamic state fighter, the woman was a student at the University of Alabama in Birmingham.
Her lawyers said in a statement that she expects to be charged with providing material support for terrorism if she is allowed to return to the United States
. "Ms. Mutana publicly acknowledged her actions and accepted the full responsibility "According to Ms. Mutana, she admits she has" ruined "her life, but she does not want to ruin her youngsters' lives.
Hoda Mthana says she wants her son to grow up as an American
"I know I have ruined my future and the future of my son and deeply regret it "she said, and her family and their lawyers said they were told that the United States had determined that she did not qualify for citizenship because her father was a Yemeni diplomat at the moment
But the family claims this is wrong, saying her father ceased to be a diplomat before being born in Hackensack, New Jersey, and that he had a legitimate passport when he left the United States to join to the Islamic state of Syria. 2014.
ISIS WOMAN KNOWS ABOUT RN RN "WILL BE PAID DEPENDENT," says the attorney; President Trump wrote on Wednesday that he instructed Pompeo on the matter, "and he fully agrees not to allow Hoda Mutana back into the country!"
Federal law attorney Charles Swift, a former Navy commander, told the message that the highest principles of the nation are the most important, "When the Constitution ceases to govern, then it is governed by tyranny," said Swift, director of the Center for Constitutional Law for Muslims in America, Thursday Associated Press Contributed to this Report