Bring Hoda Muthana and other ISIS members home — but for trial
The Hill
abstract
Hoda Muthana left the United States to join ISIS, burned her passport, contributed to daily life in the so-called caliphate, and lived there until there was no longer any place left to live. Muthana and many others have turned up in refugee camps or surrendered to multinational forces, telling authorities that they “deeply regret” their actions and want to come home. But regrets are irrelevant. Though repatriation often is characterized as forgiveness and compassion, it’s really about justice and security.