American emigrant Hoda Muthana begged American authorities last month to let her return to the United States. Much like Muthana’s insistence that she wants to return to America for the good of her young son, early colonists who had supported Britain during American Revolution faced a similar issue, argues G. Patrick O’Brien a Ph.D Candidate in History at the University of South Carolina. Like Muthana, these exiled mothers also played a significant role leading their families back to their American homes after 1783 — despite resistance from their husbands.
American emigrant Hoda Muthana begged American authorities last month to let her return to the United States.
Muthana, who was 19 when she left her family in Alabama in 2014 to join the proclaimed Islamic State caliphate, married three IS fighters after her arrival in Syria and was widowed twice.See the rest of the story at Business Insider
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