The poll is anonymous if you participate... American ISIS widow whose son appeared in propaganda videos defends buying Yazidi sex slaves, details beatings in Syria and claims she dreams of returning to the US to eat McDonalds with her children Sam El Hassani, 32, is in a Kurdish prison in Syria with her four young children Her ISIS-fighting husband Moussa El Hassani died last year in a drone strike Sam, who is American, said she is desperate to get out children back to the US She said in a prison interview with CNN that she was tricked into going to Syria by her husband in 2015 Mother of four claims she was beaten, raped and tortured living in the Caliphate She defended her decision to buy Yazidi sex slaves in Syria, saying she was providing them shelter She has three children with El Hassani and her eldest is from her previous marriage to a US soldier Her eldest son became the subject of ISIS propaganda videos in which he vowed revenge on US President Donald Trump An American ISIS widow whose son appeared in propaganda videos has defended buying Yazidi sex slaves in Syria and says she dreams of returning to the US with her four children to eat McDonalds. Sam El Hassani, also known as Samantha Sally, is currently in a Kurdish prison in Syria with her children after being taken into custody following ISIS's collapse in Raqqa. The 32-year-old's ISIS-fighting husband Moussa El Hassani was killed last year in a drone strike. Over time, she said the couple bought two female teenage slaves and a young boy. The first slave was a girl named Soad, now aged 17, who El Hassani said she paid $10,000 for. El Hassani said her husband repeatedly raped the two girls but she defended her decision to purchase them because she offered them protection. 'In every house that she was in before that was the same situation, but she did not have the support of someone like me,' El Hassani told CNN. 'I would never apologize for bringing those girls to my house. They had me and I had them. 'In any other situation they would be locked in a bedroom and fed tea every day. We cooked together, we cleaned together. Drank coffee together. Slept in the same room together. I was like their mother.' Soad sent CNN a video message from an Iraqi refugee camp confirming that El Hassani rescued her. She said her children also became victims, especially her son Matthew who became the subject of ISIS propaganda videos in which he vowed revenge on US President Donald Trump.