For several months in 2015, her Twitter feed was full of praise of ISIL and she says she "remained a zealot" until the following year. "I thought that I understood my religious beliefs".
She talked about IS beheadings, saying she was "OK with it", that she didn't regret going to Syria until her child died and that she "never did anything risky, never made propaganda, never encouraged people to come to Syria". Moreover, she is a mine of information about life under ISIS and its recruitment tactics.
ISIS bride Hoda Muthana wants to return to the US.
Asked about the arena attack after pleading to be allowed back to the United Kingdom, she said: 'I do feel that is wrong. I don't understand what's gone on there.
She married an Australian jihadist, who was killed in the battle of Kobani; then a Tunisian, who was killed in Mosul and who is the father of her son; and briefly, last year, a Syrian fighter. How has it got into her head that going to Syria at 15 years of age is the answer, when she lives in this country?' But I don't regret it because it's changed me as a person. Being where I was and seeing the (people) around me scared me because I realized I didn't want to be a part of this.
But she recently fled and was captured by Kurdish forces, then placed in a refugee camp - and she's now pleading with U.S. officials to be brought back to America.
A British woman and her two adult daughters have also been captured after joining ISIS in Syria years ago. At 19 she escaped an Isis stronghold in Syria and, at nine months pregnant and anxious for her baby, made her way to a refugee camp where she gave birth to a baby boy over the weekend.
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The last track is a replacement for "reMeMber", which is allegedly about Mac Miller , who has a song of the same name. Some thought she was taking advantage of free publicity while others saw it as a respectful thank you to Miller.
Hassan Shilby, executive director of the Council of American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) and the legal representative of Muthana's family, said Muthana wants to return to the U.S.to face justice and "pay any debts she has to society".
On Tuesday Ms Dick said: "If she does, under whatever circumstances, arrive at our borders somebody in her type of circumstances could expect, of course, to be spoken to and if there is the appropriate necessity, to be potentially arrested and certainly investigated".
Hassan Shibly, a lawyer for Muthana, said it was disappointing that U.S. officials had not interviewed her.
The Commissioner of the Metropolitan Police has said that the force doesn't know how many Isis fighters will try to return to Britain from Syria, but have plans to meet them at the port.
It comes as 19-year-old Brit Shamima Begum, who ran away to Syria when she was 15 to marry ISIS fighters, had her United Kingdom citizenship revoked.
Begum, who recently gave birth to a baby boy at the same refugee camp where Muthana is being held, has asked that the British government allow her to return to the United Kingdom.
James Foley was beheaded in August 2014 purportedly as a response to American airstrikes in Iraq, thus becoming the first American citizen killed by the radical terrorist group.
Muthana is the only American among an estimated 1,500 foreign women and children inside the sprawling camp of 39,000 people, which is situated about two hours from Baghouz Al-Fawqani in Deir al-Zour province, where a final battle to oust the extremists is days from being completed.