Hoda Muthana, the infamous former Alabama resident who fled America in 2014 to serve as a jihadi bride for ISIS, has been denied reentry into the United States.
“A federal judge ruled Thursday that Hoda Muthana, a US-born woman who left the country to join ISIS, is not an American citizen, and therefore the government has no obligation to facilitate her return or that of her 2-year-old son,” BuzzFeed has confirmed.
Muthana, 25, is a former U.S. citizen who was born in Hackensack, New Jersey, and later lived in Alabama up until she chose five years ago to fly to Turkey, renounce her citizenship, join ISIS, and marry an ISIS fighter.
She rose to notoriety a year later by using social media to urge young American Muslims to join her bloody jihad and kill their fellow Americans.
“Americans wake up!” she wrote in a since-deleted Twitter post. “Men and women altogether. You have much to do while you live under our greatest enemy, enough of your sleeping! Go on drive-bys and spill all of their blood, or rent a big truck and drive all over them. Veterans, Patriot, Memorial etc Day parades..go on drive by’s + spill all of their blood or rent a big truck n drive all over them. Kill them.”
Now flash-forward to early 2019, when she reportedly fled an ISIS-controlled village in Syria for unclear reasons and was subsequently captured by Kurdish forces and transferred to a camp. She then began pleading for re-entry into the U.S., telling the media that she’s a changed woman and thus deserves to return “home.”
President Donald Trump and his top officials promptly rejected that argument: