Former punk rocker Sally Jones left Britain with her son and husband in 2013 to join the ranks of ISIS, where she acted as a recruiter and allowed the terror group to force her 12-year boy to execute prisoners. But after her husband’s death, it seems she’s singing a different tune, and reports are coming out that Jones’ wants to return to the U.K.
Sky News broke the story after getting a statement from a woman who was married to an ISIS affiliate. The woman asked to be named Aisha, claimed she had met one British woman during her time with the terror group in Syria. She claimed the woman called herself “Umma Hussain al-Britani,” which is a moniker that Jones was known to have taken on.
She also claimed that the woman had a single son and that her husband had died in battle. Reports have determined that Jones’ husband, Junaid Hussain, the head of cyber warfare for ISIS, was obliterated in a drone strike.
The terrorist posted on her Twitter account and said she was “proud my husband was killed by the biggest enemy of Allah, may Allah be pleased with him.” It is also true that Jones’ has one son, who reportedly may have been forced to commit executions for the Islamic State.
According to Mirror, Jones may be responsible for running a project to compile a dossier of names and addresses of 76 of the most prominent drone operators in the U.S. Air Force. The former musician has also been seen in footage training women jihadists for potential attacks. Jones’ also has a dark presence on social media, making promises of destruction against Christianity and the West.
Although it cannot be substantiated at the moment, Sky News’ source Aisha claims that Jones wants out of ISIS and to return to Britain. In her statement, the woman alleged, “She was crying and wants to get back to Britain, but ISIS is preventing her because she is now a military wife."
It's likely the Muslim convert from Kent may never get the chance to return to the U.K. with her brainwashed son. But you can be sure that if this next-level imbecile does return to her home country, she's going to have a hell of a lot to answer for.
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