US Government Welcomes Back Two More ISIS Brides and their Spawn back into the US

The Syrian Kurds recently sent 8 “Americans” including women and children who were captured with ISIS back to the US.

Abdulkarim Omar, a senior official in the Kurdish self-rule administration in northern Syria, made the announcement on Twitter this week.

He says it was “at the request of the US government.”

So where are these women today?
And who in the US government made the request to have them sent back “home”?

 

President Trump ordered officials not to accept ISIS bride Hoda Muthana back into the US in February.

So who made the decision to accept these two ISIS women this week?

The Military Times reported:

Kurdish authorities in northern Syria have transferred eight U.S. women and children who were captured with the Islamic State group back to America, Kurdish officials said Wednesday.

Abdulkarim Omar, a senior official in the Kurdish self-rule administration, said the group includes two women and six children. He said they were returned at the request of the U.S. government and based on their own desire to return “without any pressure or coercion.”

Omar didn’t identify the women and children involved, and there was no immediate confirmation or comment from U.S. officials. It was not clear when they left Syria, who they were handed over to, or where in the U.S. they will be taken. It is the second such repatriation of U.S. nationals from Syria. Earlier this year, a woman and four children were returned to the U.S.

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