Ashfaq Taufique

Hoda Muthana
AP

An Alabama woman who left home to join the Islamic State after becoming radicalized online now wants to return to the United States, according to a lawyer representing her family.

24-year-old Hoda Muthana regrets ever aligning herself with the terrorist organization and is putting herself at risk by speaking out against it from a refugee camp where she has lived since fleeing the group a few weeks ago. That's according to attorney Hassan Shibly, who is representing Muthana's family.

Police across central Alabama say three mosques in the state have been burglarized in recent days, and one Islamic leader hopes the cases aren't part of a conspiracy of hatred.

Tuscaloosa police say two safes containing cash and a handwritten Quran were stolen from the Islamic Center of Tuscaloosa earlier this week. Police have released a photo of a car believed to be involved in the robbery that was captured on surveillance video.