Daesh 'White Widow' Reportedly Killed in Syria

Daesh 'White Widow' Reportedly Killed in Syria

Daesh 'White Widow' Reportedly Killed in Syria

Unconfirmed reports suggest a housewife from Chatham who became one of Britain's most wanted Isis terrorists has been killed following a USA drone strike.

"The UK and U.S. military has been working closely together on a number of high-profile targets in recent months and Jones is believed to have been on that list".

Jones was an active propagandist on social media platform for the terror group, especially using Twitter to recruit women for ISIS and advising them on the practicalities of traveling to Syria.

Broadcasting from NY, the LBC presenter said: "It's all well and good the government saying these people are legitimate targets".

Sally Jones, 50, a former punk rocker, and her son JoJo, 12, were recently killed in a drone strike after leaving Britain in 2013 to join ISIS militants in Syria.

Jones also posted messages in support of IS as well as extremist comments such as: "You Christians all need beheading with a nice blunt knife and stuck on the railings at Raqqa ..."

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She became radicalized after travelling to Syria following an online romance with convicted computer hacker and IS member Junaid Hussain, who died in a 2015 drone strike. "Come here I'll do it for you".

He said he would have preferred that Jones had faced trial, adding: "I represent a constituency that lost many people in 7/7 [the 2005 London bombings], and we remember what happened that day".

Maj. Gen. Chip Chapman, the former head of counterterrorism at the Ministry of Defense, told Press Association that under the U.N. Charter Jones's son was too young to be classified as a soldier.

He said: "Recently IS have said women should get involved in jihad - that's a sign of weakness".

Reports suggest she was killed by a US Air Force Predator strike as she was attempting to flee Raqqa in Syria heading to Syria stronghold Mayadin. "We don't know for sure whether he was with her or not".

He continued: "Even if he got up to really bad things, he shouldn't have been targeted".

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