Donald Trump: Islamic State Bride Not Allowed Back to the United States

ISIS Bride Begs to Return to US Even Though She Was 'OK' with Terrorist Beheadings

Young woman who joined ISIS won't be allowed to re-enter U.S.

The State Department did not explain its basis for declaring that Muthana isn't a citizen, but a lawyer for her family says the feds claim her father was a diplomat at the time of her birth.

He released a copy of the woman's birth certificate, issued two months after her birth on October 28, 1994, to support his claim.

"Her coming back could be a very positive thing for our community and our country", Taufique said.

After she was captured in Syria, she told The Guardian that she wanted to return to America. The 14th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, ratified in 1868 after the Civil War as slavery was abolished, establishes that anyone born in the country is a citizen with full rights.

The lawyer for the family, Hassan Shibly, told Middle East Eye that the United States government's claims are bogus.

The action followed Britain's move to revoke the citizenship of a teenager after she joined Islamic State, citing security concerns.

Muthana escaped Islamic State territory in January and is now in a refugee camp in Syria with her son, according to reports.

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"The constitution says people born in the United States and "subject to the jurisdiction thereof" are USA citizens, but they're saying she wasn't subject to the jurisdiction thereof because her father was a diplomat, but at the time of her birth her father was not a diplomat, and we have all the necessary paperwork and documents to prove that", he told MEE.

"Hoda Muthana was a vulnerable young woman who was taken advantage of by these terrorist criminal masterminds who ultimately brainwashed her and led her to make some disgusting choices that she deeply regrets", Muthana's attorney Hassan Shibly said. At least two of her husbands were killed. Muthana's lawyer says the administration's position is based on a "complicated" interpretation of immigration law.

And under the name Umm Jihad, she encouraged attacks in the U.S., tweeting this exhortation in March 2015: "Go on drive-bys and spill all of their blood, or rent a big truck and drive all over them". "This is a woman who inflicted enormous risk on American soldiers, on American citizens-she is a terrorist".

Mr Shibly, a lawyer with the Florida branch of the Council on American-Islamic Relations, said: "She's an American".

She has not named her third husband, a Syrian fighter who is still believed to be there.

The lawyer insists her family contends she is and always was a USA natural-born citizen, born in New Jersey in 1994.

When he was killed, she married a second, who is the father of her son.

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Trump's tweet about the case comes during the same week that another woman who joined ISIS, Shamima Begum, had her British citizenship revoked.

Her father, according to the lawyer, was not a diplomat at the time. During her time in Raqqa, Syria she has been married three times, given birth to a son and been active on the now-deleted Umm Jihad Twitter handle.

In 2014, 19-year-old Hoda Muthana left her home in Hoover, Alabama in order to join ISIS.

"Ms Hoda Muthana is not a USA citizen and will not be admitted into the United States", Mr Pompeo said in a terse statement.

"I have instructed Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, and he fully agrees, not to allow Hoda Muthana back into the Country!" the president tweeted on the afternoon of February 20.

"A letter sent Tuesday from the Home Office to Begum's mother, and obtained by ITV News, said: 'In light of the circumstances of your daughter. the order removing her British citizenship has subsequently been made.' The Home Office asked the mother to inform her daughter of the decision, along with her right to appeal".

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