An American woman who left home in Alabama to join IDIS in Syria now admits she has made a "big mistake" and wants to return to her family in the United States.
and then became jihad if you want to describe it this way, "24-year-old Mujahid walk told The Guardian in an interview, speaking from the al-Hul refugee camp in northeastern Syria. in Syria to Islamic militants and lives in a refugee camp with his 18-month-old son Adam, says he "deeply regrets" about joining a terrorist group and claims that she was "brainwashed."
I think I was very arrogant, – said Mutana. Now I'm worried about the future of my son. In the end, I did not have many friends, because the more I spoke about the ISIS oppression, the more I lost friends. Once, my brain went through, and my friends were still brainwashing. "
Mutana left her home in Hoover in 201
captured by the Kurdish troops who transferred her to Al-Khol.
Americans from 1,500 foreign women and children living in the al-Hool refugee camp (39,000 people).
Shamima Begum (19 years old), who recently gave birth to a boy, lives in the camp. in a report published last week that she also wants to return home in London.
"I was weak," said The Times of Begum, who escaped from the collapse of the self-styled caliphate of a terrorist group. London. "In the end, I simply could not survive more."
Begum said that her two previous children had died in the last three months – the daughter of Saraia, who was ill, and her son, whose death was committed.
She told Sky News in an interview published on Monday that "many people should have compassion for me for everything I've been through."
"I did not know what I got when I stayed," she said. "I was hoping that perhaps they would allow me to return for the sake of me and my child … Because I can not live in this camp forever."
Mutana, who said that she had not been in contact with US officials since she was captured, is striving for the same result.
"I would say [US officials] please forgive me for being so ignorant, and I was really young and ignorant, and I was 19 years old when I decided to leave," Mutana said.
"I believe that America gives a second chance," she said. "I want to come back and I will never return to the Middle East. America can take my passport and I do not deny it. "
According to the report, the first two mutant men were killed in fights for ISIS. Her second husband and father of her son were killed in Mosul.
She described her experience with ISIS as "very stunning".
"It was like a movie," Mutana said. – You read one book and think that you know everything. I really got traumatized by my experience. We were starving and literally eating grass "