Monday, 26 October 2015

Jihadi bride Sally Jones issues chilling attack threat


The fugitive wife of killed Birmingham terrorist Junaid Hussain has issued a chilling warning about new attacks on US military targets.


Former punk rocker Sally Jones , 45, also vowed to sneak back into Britain.
The Muslim convert has remained at large after the death of terror recruiter Hussain in a US drone attack in August.

She left the UK for Syria in 2013 to fight for ISIS - but was allegedly sighted in Birmingham just days before her husband was killed, amid reports linking her to a plot to attack VJ celebrations.

The mother-of-two appeared use her latest Twitter message to write: “I’m gonna come back & expose some more of your military America & I’m gonna prove to you how social media will be your downfall.”

The message was signed off with one of the ISIS widow’s Islamic pseudonyms: “Umm Hussain.”

The Twitter account, with a profile badge showing a masked figure holding an American flag, was later taken down.

Earlier this month Jones appeared to have leaked the name, address and personal information of the US Airforce pilot who led the mission to kill terror preacher Anwar Al-Awlaki.

A women claiming to Jones used a popular document-sharing website to post the details. An accompanying picture allegedly showing his wife and young child “on a nice family day out”.
The retired pilot and intelligence operator was said to have been behind the Predator drone strikes which killed senior al-Qaeda commander Al-Awlaki in Yemen four years ago.

The latest messages warned more names of US soldiers fighting ISIS would be published.

Although it is not possible to fully verify the identity of the woman claiming to be Sally Jones, she appears to be the same extremist who has posted private details of a number of American soldiers.

Her other targets included Navy Seal Robert O’Neill , who later appeared on Fox News and claimed the FBI was working to protect him from terror threats.

Jones and Hussain, who was killed in a drone strike in Syria on August 23, were known as ‘Mr and Mrs Terror’.

Since abandoning Britain for a life of jihad, Jones has become a vocal ISIS propagandist, using social media to spread her message of terror.

She is often banned from platforms like Twitter, but simply returns with a slightly different user name to spout the same violent rhetoric.

Hussain, 21, originally from Kings Heath, died during a US bombing campaign against ISIS.
He tweeted under the alias Abu Hussain al-Britani and escaped to Syria two years ago while on police bail.

The Prime Minister later said the terrorist and two other Brits fighting for ISIS were killed in “an act of self-defence” after planning attacks in the UK.
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