Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said Wednesday that an Alabama woman to join ISIS but now wants to return home with her 18-year-old son in her ISIS husband will not be accepted back to the United States, saying that he is not a citizen of the United States.
"Ms Hoda Muthana is not a U.S. citizen and will not be accepted in the United States," Pompeo said in a statement. "He has no legal basis, no US passport valid, no passport, or any visa to travel to the United States. We continue to advise all US citizens not to travel to Syria."
ALABAMA Muthana, 24, welcomed officials to return him to the US following his recent escape from ISIS and capture Kurdish forces. He was born in 1994 in Hackensack, New Jersey.
He was held in a refugee camp in northeastern Syria and told the Guardian in an interview that his last four years in the terrorist group was a traumatizing experience in which "we literally ate grass." ["I'lltellthemtoforgivemeforbeingignorantandI'mreallyyoungandignorantandI'm19whenIdecidetoleave"shetoldthenewspaperwhenaskedifshehadamessageforofficialsAmerican
Muthana first made headlines in 2015 after she left her family in Birmingham, Alabama to join the terrorist bloodthirsty group.
A lawyer representing his parents at that time told Muthana that "" On the Internet, according to the Associated Press, and that he invaded his family's wishes and the teachings of Islam through secret rides on a plane in Turkey in late 2014 to link to ISIS.
The lawyer then said, but it was not until Sunday – during his interview with The Guardian – that Muthana admitted that he was "brainwashed" and made "a big mistake."
ALABAMA WOMAN RECRUITED IN ISIS
"I thought doing things right for God's sake," she says, adding that she has "spoken once and my friends are touched still. "
According to the newspaper, Muthana, during his ISIS period, settled on their respective Raqqa certificates and married jihadists from Australia, Tunisia, and Syria – the first two were killed in battle.
In 2015, Muthana allegedly governed a Twitter account and once tried to use it to encourage Americans to commit acts of violence on their own at the holidays.
"Americans wake up! Men and women in general. You have to do a lot of things while you're living under our greatest enemy, enough of you to sleep!" He once wrote, according to The Guardian. "Go to the drivebys, and spill all their blood, or rent a huge truck and drive all over them. Veterans, Patriots, Memorials, etc. day … Kill them."
Muthana is There is an 18-month-old son from one of his weddings in ISIS. In his interview with The Guardian, Muthana said that his parents were very strict with him in his care, something he said contributed to his ISIS defect decision.
"You want to go out to your friends and I do not have anything for you," she says. "I turned to my religion and I went to a very difficult one. I taught myself and thought about what I read, that's right. "
Now Muthana was not allowed to leave the camp to be held on her and had to be restored around the Kurdish fighters, more than 6,500 miles away from A city in Alabama called her in a house.  Fox News Greg Norman and Nick Kalman contributed to this report.