The mother of an ISIS-decapitated journalist told Fox News that an Alabama woman who had left the United States to join the radical terrorist group should be held accountable for her actions.
"Hoda [Muthana] and the thousands of ISIS fighters who have promoted terrorism must be held accountable and brought to justice, "said Diane Foley, in" Your World "." I think it is vital. "
She expressed sympathy for Muthana who left Alabama four years ago and married a member of the Islamic State. She has since declared that she wanted to return to the United States with her 18-month-old son.
"As a Christian, we certainly make mistakes and have to consider forgiveness, especially for his young child who needs to be protected and raised," Foley told Charles Payne.
"I thought I was doing things right for God," Muthana told The Guardian. "When I came here and saw everything with my own eyes, I realized that I had made a big mistake."
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According to sources, Muthana reportedly used Twitter to call for violence against Americans and non-Muslims, even calling for the assassination of former President Barack Obama.
"You can view the Obamas program on the White House website. Take away this treacherous tyrant! Muthana tweeted in 2015.
Muthana claimed that she had undergone a "brainwashing".
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"She must be held accountable for her mistakes and monitored very closely," Foley told Payne. "
Diane Foley's son, James, was killed by the Islamic State in 2014, nearly two years after his abduction in Syria.