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American-Born Man Joins ISIS For A Woman

The power of the p*zzy is real. Just ask Mohamad Jamal Khweis, an American-born man who admitted to joining ISIS over a woman.


He joined ISIS for a girl.

A confused American-born man who connected with the terror group before changing his mind admitted that he made a “bad decision” in an interview with an Iraqi Kurdish TV station that aired Thursday night.

Mohamad Jamal Khweis of Virginia said he met an Iraqi woman with ties to terrorists in Turkey and she arranged travel into Syria as they made their way to ISIS-controlled Mosul, Iraq.

In the heavily-edited interview, 26-year-old Khweis said that he was moved into a house with dozens of other foreign fighters. He said it was difficult to live in Mosul under strict conditions, and whined about not being allowed to smoke.

“I didn’t agree with their ideology,” he said. “I made a bad decision to go with the girl and go to Mosul.”

Khweis said he didn’t see the ISIS thugs as “good Muslims” and “wanted to go back to America,” NBC News reported.

He said his journey took him from the U.S. to London, Amsterdam, Turkey, through Syria and finally to the Iraqi city.

The pair had taken a bus to the Turkish border and a taxi to Syria arranged by the woman’s sister, who had been married to an ISIS member, according to NBC.

After one month of Islamic studies, Khweis decided to bolt. A friend helped him escape to nearby Tal Afar, where he found Kurdish troops.

According to his uncle, Khweis doesn’t even speak Arabic. SMH

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