The last few days, the media world over the written about the ICE-bride Shamima Begum (19), which has been stripped of his british citizenship four years after that she joined the ICE and got married with a Dutch ICE-warrior.
at the same time progress it is now a big discussion in the USA about the future to another young woman who wants to come home from Syria. A discussion of Us secretary of state Mike Pompeo may have laid dead in the evening.IS-the bride considers to be Dutch: - It feels unfair
As a 19-year-old traveled Hoda Muthana from the family home in the small town of Hoover in Alabama to join the IS in Syria.- Naive and angry
Five years and three husbands later, she says now that she regrets what she did, while she pray on their knees to be allowed to travel home to USA again.
When I went to Syria I was a naive, angry and arrogant young woman. I thought that I understood my religious convictions, she writes in a handwritten letter that is reprinted by CNN.
"So many australians and brits here, but where are the americans. Wake up, cowards!" she wrote on Twitter in January 2015, in what is being interpreted as a request to join IS in Syria.40 Norwegian ICE-children in Syria, calling for the killing
She also encouraged terrorist attacks in the united STATES, with specific invitations to the mass killings.
Hoda was central among the ICE' English propagandists. We followed her over several years, and she was a key person, " says terrorforsker Seamus Hughes to CNN.
She advocated for extreme violence. Especially against u.s. soldiers and officials, " says Mia Bloom by Georgia State University to the same channel.
Now she says that she has changed, and that she regrets the warnings to terror.ENCOURAGED TO TERROR: In the course of years in Syria called Hoda Muthana repeatedly to the murders and terror in the united STATES and against american citizens. Photo: Handout / AP Show more
I hope the united STATES does not think I pose a threat, and I hope that they can accept me, she says to ABC News in an interview where she asks to come home.
In the letter, the writing Muthana that she changed after having seen the war's bloody horrors.
- To be a mother, changed me. To see friends, children and the men I married to die, changed me. To see how different a society can be compared with the beloved USA I was born and raised in, changed me. To be where I was, and to see the people around me, scared me. I realized that I didn't want to be a part of this. My faith was not the same as theirs.
Hassan Shibly is working as a lawyer for the Muthanas family. He says to ABC News that the woman regrets deeply that she joined the ICE, and pray that she'll come back to the united STATES along with their 18-month-old son.- Have the right to come to Norway
Erna Solberg did it last week clearly states that the Norwegian board in similar cases is clear: If fremmedkrigere with a Norwegian passport, visit a Norwegian utenriksstasjon, for example, in syria's neighbouring countries Turkey, then they will have a claim on the help. Their children will also have a right to come to Norway.
- All Norwegian citizens have the right to come to Norway, " said prime minister Erna Solberg (H) to the newspaper Dagbladet last week. She emphasized at the same time that the norwegians who have gone in ICE’ service will be denied.Open the door for the Norwegian ICE-kids
But the children should not suffer for the parents ' choice. If the children come of fremmedkrigere to Norway, we need to find a good way to take care of them, she added.
After the " get lit, it will be carried out DNA tests of the children as Norwegian fremmedkrigere in a given situation, wish to take with them to Norway.
the Newspaper could recently tell that PST believes there are around 40 children with the Norwegian association in Syria. Many of these children will have the right to come to Norway, but Solberg says it is out of the question for the Norwegian authorities to be actively involved in Syria to get them out.
- We will not send people in to get some out. It would be to expose people to danger, " she says.Therefore, we should still fear the ICE Dagbladet Plus - Not citizen
In an official statement Wednesday evening writing, however, Us secretary of state, Mike Pompeo, that Muthana can forget to drop into in the country.
Hoda Muthana is not a u.s. citizen and will not be allowed into the united STATES. She does not have any legal basis (to be able to come to the united STATES, ed.anm.), not a valid us passport, no right to get a passport, nor a visa that allows that she can travel to the united STATES, is named in the statement, where american citizens also are advised not recommended to travel to Syria."Førstedamen of hell" married in the secret
the Family's lawyer says, however, that Muthana was born in the state of New Jersey in 1994. Pompeo has not specified why he thinks Muthana is not a u.s. citizen, writes The Independent.
the Woman, who today is 24 years old, maintains that she is an innocent victim of ekstremisters manipulation.
I'm a normal human being who has been manipulated, " she says, according to the newspaper.Fear prison
She also fear that she will be arrested in the united STATES, and says that she cries herself to sleep "almost every night" at the thought of having to zone in a u.s. prison.
On questions about what could have been a suitable punishment, she says:
- Perhaps the therapy sessions. Perhaps a process that ensures that we are never going to do such a thing again.REGRETS: Hassan Shibly is working as a lawyer for the Muthanas family. He says that the woman regrets deeply that she joined the ICE, and pray that she'll come back to the united STATES. Photo: Chris O'Meara / AP / NTB Scanpix Show more
the Family's attorney believes the u.s. government has a responsibility to talk with Muthana, but is open about the fact that she may have to zone in prison.
- If she has broken the law, so must the court take care of her. If it is not the case, then she should nevertheless be allowed to come back - so that it can be made an assessment of whether she poses a threat, " he says to USA Today.Life as the IS-bride KILL ME: These earlier ICE-brudene has been brought to a kind of prison outside of Raqqa by kurdish forces. Here they tell about their experiences in the "caliphate". Video: CNN Show more
In 2015, describing an ICE warrior facing the Newspaper what women can expect if they join the terrorgruppa:
1. Being in a room for several months without contact with the outside world.
2. To not be able to see the sun.
3. To be away from her husband for months without knowing if he will come back.
4. That the husband is injured or killed.
5. To be alone for long periods of time without being able to contact friends or family.
6. Lacking food, water and electricity.
7. Poor access to medical attention.
8. To always be afraid that your house will be attacked.
9. The possibility that she will never return to the life she had before the jihad.ICE warrior reveals what awaits the jihadist women in Syria