Diane Foley said it was upsetting that the film, which stars Susan Sarandon, seeks to profit from a personal tragedy.
A former hostage said he and victims' family members oppose the possibility.
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"We Americans can do better, and God willing, we will ... protect our citizens and help them when such a situation happens," she said.
I was raised in a Muslim family, in the Muslim cultures of three different countries -- Libya, Saudi Arabia, and Pakistan. I grew up mostly in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, a US ally with almost unconditional Western support, living there for close to twelve years.
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"I am told our strict adherence to this policy saves lives by decreasing the rate of capture of Americans, but no one has been able to show me the research behind our hostage policy," she said.