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‘I am Allowed Back,’ U.S. ‘ISIS Bride’ Hoda Muthana Claims

Hoda Muthana left Alabama at the age of 19 to join ISIS of her own free will. Now she wants to come home, with her young son, but whether she will be able to get back into the United States is completely out of her hands.

Muthana, now 24, insists she has the right to come back, and she’s pleading for a second chance. The Trump administration, however, does not consider her a U.S. citizen. On Monday a D.C. federal court will hear Muthana’s case.

CBS News correspondent Charlie D’Agata met Muthana in Northern Syria, where she has been detained by America’s Kurdish allies since handing herself in in January. D’Agata asked her what she would tell the Americans who say she’s not welcome in the United States anymore.

Read more at CBS News

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