President Trump told the world that the military operation that killed ISIS leader al-Baghdadi was dedicated to American aid worker Kayla Mueller, who was captured by ISIS, raped and tortured by al-Baghdadi and eventually murdered.
While liberals defend Baghdadi and trash President Trump (even booing him at the Washington Nationals game on the day he announced the death of the terror monster), the people that actually matter, like the parents of Kayla Mueller say they were “touched” by the operation and the words President Trump spoke about their daughter.
Mueller’s parents said it brought them solace to know the U.S. military dedicated to her the special forces operation that killed its leader, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi.
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During his address, President Trump talked about 26-year-old Kayla Mueller, who was an aid worker that was kidnapped by ISIS after she crossed the Turkish border into Syria to visit a hospital back in 2013.
“Think of the things he did to Kayla… What he did to her was incredible,” Trump said. “He kept her in captivity for a long period of time; he kept her in captivity, his personal captivity. She was a beautiful woman, beautiful young woman, helped people. “He was an animal and he was a gutless animal,” he (correctly) stated.
Commenting on Trump’s speech, her father Carl Mueller told ABC News on Sunday that Trump’s dedication of the military operation to his daughter was “very touching”.
“President Trump mentioned her today in his statement and he mentioned that he deserved what he [al-Baghdadi] got for what he did to Kayla… She’s not forgotten, and that’s important.”
Speaking to The Arizona Republic, Mueller said: “She was held in many prisons. She was held in solitary confinement. She was tortured. She was intimidated. She was ultimately raped by al-Baghdadi himself.
“He either killed her or he was complicit in her murder.”
Her mother, Marsha Mueller, said she hopes more information will emerge about her daughter.
“I still want to know, where is Kayla and what truly happened to her and what aren’t we being told?” she said. “Someone knows and I’m praying with all my heart that someone in this world will bring us those answers.”
At the time of her death in 2015, Mueller’s parents said their daughter had devoted her career “to helping those in need in countries around the world”, since graduating from Northern Arizona University in 2009.
Mueller lived and worked with humanitarian aid groups in northern India, Israel, and the occupied Palestinian territories before returning to Arizona in 2011 and working at an HIV/AIDS clinic and a women’s shelter. [Al Jazeera]
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