And not many days after the foolish young woman gathered her passport and took her journey into a far country, and there denounced her country, burned her passport and wasted her youth and freedom by allowing herself to be passed around among cruel, wicked men.
And lo, she became with child.
And when she had become trapped among these wicked men there arose a mighty army, and the wicked men were defeated and scattered. And the woman and her child began to be in want.
And she went and joined herself and her child to a refugee camp in that poor country where no man gave hope unto her and her child.
She bitterly regretted joining the band of wicked men and when she came to herself she said, "How much better off are the prisoners in my own country while I perish here? I will arise and go to my country and say, "I have sinned before thee; I am no longer worthy to walk in freedom; but for the sake of my child let me come home, be judged, and serve my punishment."
Furthermore, citizenship cannot be revoked from a citizen for a criminal act; rather the law of this country requires that an offender such as this young woman be returned home to face charges and stand trial for her offense and serve any punishment that might be meted to her.
And the young woman's mother said, "I'm not talking to her."
And the young woman's father said, "Whatever."
And everybody in her country said, "Serves her right, let her and her kid rot in the desert."
Well, not everybody.
"US to Alabama Woman: Stay Out," The Columbus Dispatch, 2/21/2019, page A11.
Luke 15: 11-32