ISIS bride who urged jihadists in America to 'go on drive-bys and spill all of their blood' says she deserves a second chance as she pleads to return to the U.S. because life is hard in Syrian refugee camp with her son
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. Washington says 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. 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. She is pictured right with her two-year-old son Adam.
ISTO DE VIREM FAZER GUERRILHA POR DENTRO TEM QUE ACABAR.E OU AS ELITES ACABAM COM ISSO OU NÓS ACABAREMOS COM AS ELITES...DE BAIXA CUECA!