‘ISIS Bride’ Sues U.S. to Enter Country

By: Robert Reilly
OwlFeed Journalist

Imagine not being able to enter the U.S. ever again. That is exactly how 24-year-old Hoda Muthana feels. The United States of America has declared that she is not a citizen, and has been grouped as one of the prosecuting “citizens” who try to enter the U.S. after being part of a terrorist group.

Photo Credit: ABC News

Miss Muthana was part of the infamous ISIS terrorist group, Islamic State of Iraq and Syria. She is now living in a refugee camp in Syria and says she has changed her beliefs. Muthana claims she was “brainwashed online.”

She is not allowed in the United States because President Trump instructed Secretary of State, Mike Pompeo, “not to allow Hoda Muthana back into the country.”

According to ABC News, Pompeo states that she “may have been born here. She is not a U.S. citizen, nor is she entitled to U.S. citizenship.”  Miss Muthana was said to be born in New Jersey, but it is not known for a fact.

As said, Muthana was supposedly born in New Jersey, “to a Yemeni diplomat father.” (Yemen is a country in the Middle East). Hoda’s father, Ahmed Muthana, has filed a lawsuit against the United States Government, saying that she is a citizen. But the government obviously disagrees, as previously stated. Even though Mr. Pompeo called Ms. Muthana a ‘terrorist,’ she still has not been charged with any crime, including treason.

Muthana joined the iniquitous group, ISIS, in early 2014, according to ABC News. Steve Vladeck, a professor at the University of Texas School of Law, argues, “Neither the Secretary of State nor even the President of the United States have the power to determine an individual’s citizenship by fiat.”

Neither President Donald Trump or Mike Pompeo can determine one’s citizenship. If the President of the United States of America can’t determine whether somebody is a citizen or not, then who can?

Hoda Muthana’s lawyer, Charlie Swift, told ABC News that the State Department has already affirmed her citizenship by providing her a U.S. passport. According to Swift, in 2004, “Hoda’s father, Ahmed Muthana provided the United Kingdom letter to the passport agency when they questioned Hoda’s citizenship. And after receiving the letter and her birth certificate, they issued her a passport in 2005.”

After receiving evidence that she Miss Muthana was a U.S. citizen, they approved the request and issued her a passport to enter the U.S. She renewed her passport in 2014, but according to ABC News, “She never formally renounced her citizenship…”