ISIS has announced that Infamous white widow Sally Jones believed to have been killed by a drone strike in Syria in 2017 is still alive and fighting for and with the militants in Syria.
Sally Jones, a British jihadi recruiter was reportedly killed in airstrikes in Syria in 2017, a report that has been refuted by the terror organization who have maintained that Jones, who is a valuable recruiter for ISIS is still alive. Canadian ISIS fighter Muhammed Ali, known as Turab, claims Jones known as Umm Hussain al-Britani is still alive and believed to be fighting with the terror group in the final ISIS holdouts of Hajin or As-Shafah.
Jones left the UK for Syria in 2013 with her young son JoJo Dixon to join ISIS after converting to Islam. After traveling to Syria, Jones married British jihadist Junaid Hussain, who died in a 2015 drone attack.
Jones’s activity online fell in line with her role as leader of the secret Anwar al-Awlaki battalion’s female wing. In this role, Jones was responsible for training all European female recruits, or muhajirat, in the use of weapons and tactics. These muhajirat were then trained and instructed to carry out suicide missions in the West, according to leaked ISIS documents
The White Widow is accused of recruiting for ISIS and encouraging individuals to carry out terror attacks in the UK. The ISIS fanatic regularly posted sick terror propaganda on social media at a time when the terror group controlled large parts of Syria.