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Recently, US President Donald Trump announced that he had ordered the prevention of the return of militant Huda al-Muthanna from Syria to the United States, while her lawyer confirmed that she was an American citizen and was entitled to return.
Muthanna was married in Syria by three militants who were all killed and have a child.
She is accused of supporting Daqash fighters, helping the organization financially, and exploiting her child.
In July 2012, Samantha married a man named Musa al-Hasani, a Moroccan-born. They together raised Ibn Samantha (4 years) from a previous relationship, and their daughter.
In November 2014, her husband told her that he and his brother wanted to join Daash. The couple began preparing financially and logistically to leave Indiana for Syria, according to court records published in The Tribune.
In 2015, Samantha traveled with her husband, brother and two children to areas he controls in Syria after they crossed the border with Turkey.
The FBI said Samantha had used her child to make video footage of the terrorist organization, appearing in a section of it wearing an explosive belt.
In 2017, Samantha told Frontline that her husband had been killed and that she had tried to escape from the terrorist organization.
Samantha has already been able to return to the United States with her two children and is currently in Indiana State prison awaiting her trial in 2020.
Nicole Lynn Mansfield grew up in Michigan and converted to Islam shortly after her grandfather died in October 2007, her father told the USA Today newspaper in 2013.
While others from Mansfield's family said she converted to Islam after marrying a Muslim man.
Nicole was the first American to be killed in the Syrian civil war in 2013.
Ariel Bradley traveled from Chattanooga, Tennessee, to the area he controls, and with her Iraqi-born husband, Yasin Mohammed, in 2014, according to a report by the "Jihadis in America."
Bradley turned to Islam in 2011 after she fell in love with a Syrian student working with her in a pizza shop, her friends told Bazid.
Bradley married a young Muslim, whom she met through a dating application, and went together to Syria with their children. The girl confirmed that her husband is a conscientious fighter.
Bradley's whereabouts are unknown.
Zakiya Nasrin traveled to Syria with her younger brother Russell Rehan and her husband, Jeffrey Khan, in 2014, according to NBC News.
The Nasrin family moved from Bangladesh to Ohio in 2000.
In an interview with NBC News, Khan's father said that his son and his wife were working in a hospital under duplicitous control in al-Raqqa, the stronghold of the old organization.
It is not yet known where Nasrin or her husband and brother.
Born in Somalia, 19-year-old Yosra Ismail was born in Somalia in August 2014 when she left her home in St. Paul, Minnesota.
The girl told her family that she was going to a reception of one of her friends, but instead stole her friend's passport and went to Amsterdam. From there, she continued her direct journey to Syria, earning her the Attorney General's Office in Minnesota.
Business Insider says that Yousri's movements became completely unknown after she told her family that she had arrived in the Levant, where members of the organization were preparing to establish a "caliphate" in Syria and Iraq.
Try a minor
From Chicago to the Turkish-Syrian border, a minor tried to travel with her brothers to join terrorist organizations in Syria and Iraq.
In October 2014, authorities intervened at Chicago O'Hare International Airport, where Mohammed Hamza Khan, his 17-year-old sister and his 16-year-old brother were planning to travel to the Turkish-Syrian border.
The authorities managed to stop the infiltration of brothers. The girl was aware of her role in organizing an advocate "as a bride helping to raise a new generation," according to investigations published in 2015.
In 2014, German authorities at the Frankfurt International Airport arrested three American teenagers (15, 16, and 17) from Harbat, Colorado, where the girls were trying to reach Syria via Turkey.
Officials found more than 900 messages between girls and fighters who told them how to travel to Syria safely.
The authorities did not charge the girls after their arrest and return to the United States.
Shannon Conley was sentenced to four years in prison in January 2015 for attempting to join a preacher.
On April 8, 2014, she was arrested by the US authorities while trying to board a plane to Germany, where she planned to complete her journey to Turkey and from there to Syria.
The girl's father told the investigators that his daughter had identified on the Internet a Tunisian young man who claimed to be a Damascus fighter in Syria and that she had planned to travel to him to marry him.