The latest from GoV:
According to the migrant-helping organization Doctors Without Borders, more than a hundred immigrants picked up in the Mediterranean were “forcibly returned” to Libya. A spokesman for the Libyan coast guard disagreed, saying that the migrants were simply rescued.
In other news, the embattled Venezuelan dictator Nicolas Maduro has closed his country’s border with Brazil.
Only Satan Would Accuse His Church, Really?
Those who spend their time accusing the Church show themselves to be friends and family of the devil, Pope Francis said Wednesday.
The “fashion” today is to destroy the Church with words, the pope said on the eve of the Vatican summit on clerical sex abuse, but this does not come from God but from the devil.
[Comment: Accusing the other of that which he does, consort with globalists who carry water for the devil.]
What a surprise!
Hungarian foreign minister Péter Szijjartó has warned that the European Union is pushing for more immigration at a time when radical Islamic extremists are returning from the ruins of the Islamic State caliphate “by the hundreds”, and this “must be stopped”.
German Police are searching 16 homes of “‘extremely” devout Muslims:
‘Ilhan Omar is waging an unholy war against the Jewish people’:
French city to shut mosque to thwart possible terrorist attacks:
British government security orders that can be placed on known extremists are so expensive to enforce they are hardly ever used, leaving the majority of returning jihadists to “roam free”.
The arrangements made for Islamist extremists living in the United Kingdom has come under intense scrutiny in the wake of the rediscovery of a former London schoolgirl who defected to the Islamic State in 2015, who now wants to come to Britain to raise an ISIS fighter’s son.
bride bitch from Alabama says she wants US to pay for her therapy if she comes home and doesn’t want to go to prison as she recalls picking her three jihadi fighter husbands from a list of men along with ‘200’ other girls
- Hoda Muthana, 24, spoke to ABC from her refugee camp in northern Syria
- She balanced her 18-month-old-old son on her lap during the sit-down
- Muthana ran away in 2014, leaving her family behind in Hoover, Alabama
- She married three ISIS fighters and has called for terrorist attacks on Twitter
- Now, she says she wants to be welcomed home to the US without facing jail time
- The young mother said she has been ‘traumatized’ by her experience in Syria
- She eventually decided to flee because her group had run out of food, she said
- Two of her husbands died and her third, who she has not named, is still there
- The State Department has not indicated whether it plans to retrieve her
The American ISIS bride who wants to come home to the US has told how she wants the government to pay for her to undergo therapy if it allows her to return – and says she is hopeful they won’t send her to jail.
She’s not American. She doesn’t have American citizenship.
With her 18-month-old son balanced on her lap, she said she had given up the extremist ‘ideology’ that convinced her to leave her family and that she wanted to be welcomed home by the American people.
‘I’m a normal human being who has been manipulated,’ Hoda, who was 20 when she fled, said.
‘I hope America doesn’t think I am a threat to them and I hope they accept me…I hope they excuse me because of how young and ignorant I was.
‘I can tell them that now I have changed, now I am a mother, I have none of the ideology and hopefully everyone will see it when I get back.’
Asked what she would expect as a reasonable form of punishment for joining the terror group and calling for bloodshed in the US on social media, she answered: ‘Maybe therapy lessons, maybe a process that will ensure us that we’ll never do this again.
Hoda Muthana, 24, spoke in an interview with ABC News, shown abve, with her 18-month-old son Adam on her lap. She wants to come back to the US and is hopeful the State Department will retrieve her from the northern Syrian refugee camp where she is
‘Jail time, I don’t know if that has an effect on people. I need help mentally as well, I don’t have the ideology any more but I am just traumatized by my experience.’
She added that she cries herself to sleep ‘almost every night’ at the thought of being put behind bars.
‘I know that when I do get back I probably will be sentenced to jail for I don’t know how much time.’
Looking at her son, she said: ‘Thinking that my last few moments with him is stuck in a prison before another prison…’
Hoda also gave a confusing explanation for why she fled her parents’ home in Hoover, Alabama, in 2014 to join the oppressive Islamic State, saying that it was because she wanted a more ‘Americanized life’.
‘I had a good relationship with my family but I wanted a more Americanized life. I just wanted to go out, I wanted to have, like, friends, go to places. I didn’t get any of that.
Hoda said she decided to flee after watching her son eat grass because they had run out of food
The 24-year-old said becoming a mother to Adam, her son with her second jihadi fighter husband, changed her
‘The only way out for me was to become practicing… to become more religious,’ she said.
Before she fled, she was part of a network of young Muslims who used Twitter to soak up extremist ideas.
Hoda’s first husband was Australian extremist Suhan Abdul Rahman who was killed in battle
She said they were brainwashed and interpreted what they were told by predatory ISIS members ‘very wrong.’
The young mother also described how she chose her three husbands, two of whom were killed in battle, by selecting them from a list.
Laughing, she said that she and ‘200 other brides’ were kept in a room at a time and told who to pick from the list.
‘They keep you in Raqqa with locks on all the doors and windows with a guard in front of the door and a guard in front of the guard.
‘At a time there would be about 200 people. Everyone just gave their preferences on who they’d like to marry and you were given a list and you could choose.
‘It sounds very crazy,’ she said, adding they were all ‘just young girls, married for the first time.’
Hoda said she had become increasingly disenchanted with the lifestyle over the last few weeks as they ran out of food.
The bloodshed was more severe in person, she said, than she could have ever imagined and becoming a mother made her more sensitive to it.
‘We would see dead bodies in public, limbs splattered on the floor…when he was born I wanted to leave because I had a new motherhood instinct that I didn’t have before.’
Sousa, the town where she was living, had become increasingly desolate in the weeks before she fled.
The woman is pictured in her high school yearbook. She said she fled to Syria because she wanted more freedom and that she thought she would get it by becoming ‘more religious’
‘There was nothing in the market, nothing in the shops… We just plucked grass from around our houses and fried it. Seeing my son eat grass, that was my last day,’ she said.
After spending two nights in the desert, she was captured by Kurdish forces and taken to the refugee camp in Northern Syria where she is now.
The State Department has not confirmed whether she will be allowed to re-enter the country and it remains to be seen if she will face charges.
State Department deputy spokesman Robert Palladino said that the status of US citizens detained in Syria ‘is by definition extremely complicated’ but added: ‘We’re looking into these cases to better understand the details.’
Her lawyers say she could be useful to the government and the FBI because she is familiar with the terror group.
Among her extremist tweets was one which read: ‘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..go on drive by’s + spill all of their blood or rent a big truck n drive all over them. Kill them.’ [sic]
She said in her interview that she ‘can’t believe’ she ever held those ideas.
Hoda’s first husband was Australian jihadist Suhan Abdul Rahman. After he died, she married a Tunisian fighter and had her son Adam.
She has not named her third husband, a Syrian fighter who is still believed to be there.