Remember Hoda Muthana? Twitchy wrote about her back in February: She had left Alabama in 2014 to join ISIS in Syria. Two of her jihadi husbands were killed, leaving her in a detention camp in Syria with her young son and longing to return to the United States.

She argued that she was brainwashed when she tweeted things like: “Go on drive-bys and spill all of their blood, or rent a big truck and drive all over them. Veterans, Patriot, Memorial etc Day parades..go on drive by’s + spill all of their blood or rent a big truck n drive all over them. Kill them.”

She’s been pleading to be let back into the United States, and says she just wants to go to school and have her own car.

She was born in New Jersey, but it was under the Obama administration that courts determined she was not a U.S. citizen; her father was a diplomat, leaving her not “within the jurisdiction of the United States” at the time of her birth.

Muthana’s family returned to court to argue that she was indeed a U.S. citizen, but a judge shot that down this week:

NPR reports:

A federal judge has ruled that a U.S.-born woman who traveled to Syria and joined ISIS is not an American citizen, even though the State Department had issued her a passport when she was a child and later renewed it.

Hoda Muthana’s citizenship was in dispute because her father was living in the U.S. and working as a diplomat for his home country, Yemen, prior to her birth. For families of diplomats, citizenship isn’t automatically conferred on babies born in the U.S. because of diplomatic immunity.

She should watch that New York Times video where Europeans describe what a hellhole America is; she’d be happy to stay in a refugee camp then.