Chavez noted that Mueller acted like a big sister to the other captured girls, looking to keep up their spirits despite the grim situation they were in."They would scream at her and they would, you know, blame her for everything that America has done in the world," Saide said, according to AP."She was amazing. Mueller's family in Arizona received news of her death in February 2015, after IS sent photos of her dead body in a white burial shroud, supposedly as a sign of respect.
The humanitarian worker is believed to have been married off to a top IS official during her captivity.
The 'huge partier' also spent four months working at the popular strip club Thee Dollhouse, where a source who knew the young woman told Radar Online that she was able to 'hustle customers and could clear up to ,000 a week'.
Muller's strong Christian faith was evident in her letters to her family, where she explained that faith gave her courage."I remember mom always telling me that all in all in the end the only one you really have is God.
Four former hostages who were held by the Islamic State terror group at an abandoned oil refinery in Syria in 2014 have revealed that Kayla Mueller, the Christian aid worker who was slain in IS captivity last year, refused to deny Jesus Christ despite being repeatedly raped and tortured.
Frida Saide of Sweden and Patricia Chavez of Peru and Belgium, who were held alongside 26-year-old Mueller in the oil refinery, said that despite what Mueller was forced to suffer through, she remained steadfast in her Christian faith, The Associated Press reports.
Then, they call Kayley who is having trouble getting her husband to eat right and work out.
Based on your response, you answered my question- you explained what part you've played. Men, in most cases, only do what women allow them to. To satisfy your curiosity, I am not Ashley, Tammy, Teresa, or anyone else in the thread.