Chris Wiki – Chris Biography
An American ISIS girlfriend, who ran away from her home in Hoover, Alabama, in 2014 to join the Islamic State and called on extremists to “shed the blood of Americans,” reportedly begged to be allowed to return home, claiming it was a victim of trafficking. Hoda Muthana claimed that she regretted everything she did, except for her little son, Adam, whom she conceived with her second husband. “Of course I regret coming here.
If I could take it back, I would in a heartbeat,” the 28-year-old told The News Movement in a rare interview from the Roj detention camp in Syria. He said he was a “victim” of the terror group, adding that online traffickers “brainwashed” him into joining the group in 2014.
Chris was 88 years old.
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Muthana is currently being held prisoner along with other ISIS girlfriends in the aforementioned camp as a lawyer in the US is trying to bring her back to the US. “One of the worst feelings I ever had was that someone told me that I was not a US citizen,” Muthana reportedly said. She also claimed that she would serve her prison term if she was allowed to return to the United States. She reportedly said:
“I hope my government looks at me as someone young at the time and naive.” She said that she “will be an advocate against this” after being rescued from Syria. She described prison life as “basically the same day over and over for four years, the only change being her growing up.”
Muthana was born in New Jersey to Yemeni immigrants and held a US passport. In 2014, she left her conservative Muslim home to join the Islamic State. She told her family that she was going on a school trip, but she flew to Turkey and crossed into Syria. Muthana later married three ISIS militants, two of whom died fighting the US-led coalition.
Since then, she has repeatedly expressed her enthusiastic support for extremists. In an interview with BuzzFeed News, she told reporter Ellie Hall that all true Muslims had a duty to join her in declaring war on the West. She also used her social media to spread hate against non-Muslims and called for terrorist attacks in the country of her birth.
As previously reported, a 2015 tweet from her now-deleted account showed her celebrating the burning of her US passport online. She had also shared posts with comments like: “Shed all the (American) blood” and “Go to the cars and spill all her blood, or rent a big truck and run them over. Veterans, patriots, commemorative parades, etc. Go in cars + spill all your blood, or rent a big truck and drive over them. kill them.”
Following calls for violence, the Obama administration revoked her passport in 2016, saying her father was an accredited Yemeni diplomat when she was born. In 2022, the US Supreme Court also sided with the government on the issue of Muthana’s citizenship, refusing to consider her reentry claim.
Muthana recently doubled down on her claims that extremists brainwashed her, adding that they toyed with her religion and her desire to leave Alabama, where she says she was “physically abused.” “Someone who fears God and is afraid of missing out on all obligations will end up hearing something like this,” she said, according to her DailyMail.