+Grim Reaper 6 Posted January 10 #1 Share Posted January 10 A woman who ran away from home in Alabama to join ISIS said she felt "broken" when the US revoked her citizenship for aiding the terror group. Hoda Muthana spoke in an interview with The News Movement (TNM), conducted from a prison camp in Syria where she is being held by US-allied forces. She said she wanted to return to the US, and volunteered to serve time in prison if necessary. That seems unlikely to happen — the Obama administration stripped Muthana of citizenship in 2016. In 2019, then-President Donald Trump tweeted that he had personally barred Muthana from the US. But in her interview, a visibly emotional Muthana said: "I still believe I'm a [US] citizen now."n"I've been through a lot of horrible horrible things in my life. One of the worst feelings I've ever had is someone telling me I wasn't an American citizen. That broke me completely. In November 2014, Muthana told her family that she was going to Atlanta on a school trip, but instead flew to Turkey, and crossed into ISIS-held territory in Syria. During her time with ISIS Muthana married three jihadi fighters, was widowed twice, and gave birth to a baby boy. After she expressed a desire to return to the US with her child, former President Donald Trump tweeted in February 2019 that he instructed Secretary of State Mike Pompeo not to let her come back. https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/world/a-woman-who-left-alabama-to-join-isis-says-she-felt-broken-after-she-was-stripped-of-her-us-citizenship/ar-AA16aDzJ?ocid=EMMX&cvid=a04033eca93d4f9b9629ec98291a00c4 4 2 Top Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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