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ISIS recruiter Sally Jones training women to carry out attacks in the West: report

DECCAN CHRONICLE
Published Sep 12, 2016, 6:01 pm IST
Updated Sep 12, 2016, 6:12 pm IST
It has emerged that Jones had been involved in recruiting dozens of women for ISIS through the social media.
Sally Jones, dubbed 'Mrs Terror' by the British media, has been using social media to make a series of threats against the West using a variety of aliases such as Sakinah Hussain and Umm Hussain al-Britani (Photo: Twitter)
 Sally Jones, dubbed 'Mrs Terror' by the British media, has been using social media to make a series of threats against the West using a variety of aliases such as Sakinah Hussain and Umm Hussain al-Britani (Photo: Twitter)

London: ISIS recruiter Sally Jones, dubbed 'Mrs Terror' by the British media, has been training female recruits unit of foreign jihadis to carry out terror attacks in Western countries, it has emerged.

According to a report in the Daily Mail, Jones, a former punk rocker who has been designated as the world's most wanted terrorist by the UN, has been declared as the in charge of the women's wing of Anwar al-Awlaki battalion that comprises English-speaking jihadis.

 

This unit has been assigned with carrying out terror attacks in the West and also teaches women to use weapons for carrying out lone suicide attacks.

It has emerged that Jones had been involved in recruiting dozens of women for ISIS through the social media.

Jones has been placed on a Pentagon 'kill list' after being named as a "specially designated global terrorist".

She was recently in the news for rumours that claimed a boy featured in the recent ISIS propaganda video was her son. In response to the claims, a woman claiming to be Jones, said that the child in the video was not her son. She also added that she would have been very proud to see her son in one of the execution videos.

 

Jones had fled to Syria in 2013 with her son Jo Jo when he was just 10 years old. She remarried an ISIS jihadist in Syria and started living with him thereafter. Her jihadi husband, a computer hacker, was killed in a drone strike in al-Raqqah last year.

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