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Terrorizing Statements by ISIS Bride to Attack Americans Has Consequences
I’ve always found it amazing that so many people who o make incredibly stupid decisions, self-righteously, arrogantly, and defiantly, demand those they ridiculed fix it for them when those decisions turn their lives into disasters.
What we have here is an ISIS Bride [who] Wanted to See Americans Killed, But Hey, Now She Misses Alabama, and she wants to come “home.” And we’re supposed to think she should be allowed to return? Her actions were so vile that her citizenship was revoked, and by the Obama administration no less, but we’re now expected to believe and accept the argument “she is a victim, and thus the red carpet should be rolled out for her.”
The AP reports that Hoda Muthana… “ran away from home in Alabama at the age of 20, joined the Islamic State group and had a child with one of its fighters says she still hopes to return to the United States, serve prison time if necessary, and advocate against the extremists.”
Well….maybe the answer should be …. NO! Maybe she wants to return to Alabama, but does Alabama want her to return to Alabama, along with her young son? Which makes one wonder if that young son is the cause of her repentance? If that’s so, and it probably is, that means she now wants to live in the nation she despised and shield her son from the very things she promoted. Did I get that right? Did I miss something?
“If I need to sit in prison, and do my time, I will do it. … I won’t fight against it. I’m hoping my government looks at me as someone young at the time and naive.”
My government? Which government is that exactly? She has no government. She’s not a citizen of any nation now, as far as I can tell, but if she is, it isn’t the United States government. While she is a Muslim raised in America, she claims she was young and naive. But what the world saw was an absolutely vicious monster demanding that Muslims:
“Terrorize the kuffar [non-Muslims] at home.” And, “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 Kill them.”
“We have men (and women!) who love death as ardently as you love your lives! I was watching an American documentary on a battle in Afghanistan, and the Americans are such cowards. Crying and shaking on the battlefield and saying, ‘our aim is to get everyone home where they belong.’ While our men’s aim on the battlefield is to reunite with our Lord. Our honor is in jihad, either victory or shahadah [Islamic martyrdom]. These men cry for their lives while we cry for our death (shahadah)!”
Now, that isn’t evidence of a small dumb decision. That’s evidence of a massively huge stupid decision invoking the mass murder of Americans who would be very real victims. Victims of her vile and evil behavior.
She whines she was misguided, brainwashed, and “the victim of a very sophisticated recruitment operation that focuses on taking advantage of the young, the vulnerable, the disenfranchised.”
But she wasn’t raised in a Muslim nation where women’s rights are severely restricted. She was a Muslim raised in America. Okay, one might buy into the young and vulnerable emotional clabber, but in what way was she disenfranchised?
Robert Spencer answers:
Was she barred from voting? Barred from holding certain jobs, or from entering certain areas? Was she a second-class citizen in some way? Of course not.
Now, all that might work with leftists, who also hate America, and sane people may see a victim, but what sane people see is a victim of her own making and philosophy. I don’t want her sent to prison. I don’t want her to be “victimized” any further.
I want her to stay in her chosen non-citizenship world and thoroughly enjoy the “freedoms” she chose for herself, and her little one. We all make stupid decisions in our lives, and most of them aren’t all that consequential, with small consequences. But stupid decisions involving murder are consequential, and the consequences should be severe.
What’s happened, or is happening to her and her son now, is not my fault, nor are they my responsibility. And that goes for the rest of sane America, and that’s not a lack of compassion. We all should feel great compassion for those who were murdered at her behest and their families ⏤ because they were legitimate victims.
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