REVEALED: The Alleged Crazy A** Mother Who Let Her Child Become an ISIS Executioner

Screen Shot 2016-08-27 at 11.27.11 AMThis woman is beyond the level of scum. She brought her young child into that world; she allowed her child to lose all innocence. And now she is trying to lure girls into ISIS to become their brides. I’m sorry, I meant slaves.

A fanatical ISIS child killer who murdered a captured Kurdish fighter in Raqqa is believed to be the son of Jihadi bride Sally Jones.

The 47-year-old mother-of-two from Chatham, Kent, fled to Syria with her youngest son JoJo, who was born in December 2004.

Jones and the child, who was ten at the time, converted to Islam. She married 20-year-old British Jihadi Junaid Hussain who was killed in a US drone strike in August 2015.

Hussain changed his name to al-Britani, the Briton, before he was blown up by a US drone.

In a shocking video released yesterday, five children where shown murdering a group of captured Kurdish fighters.

The nine-minute horror show shows youngsters, including a blue eyed British boy, shoot the men in the back of the head.

The British murder was captioned in the video as Abu Abdullah al-Britani.

According to the Quilliam Foundation, there are about 50 British born children living in areas under ISIS control, although very few of them are believed to be white.

ISIS terrorists normally take a nom de guerre, often using their homeland as the final part of their name.

There have been several jihadis called Abu Abdullah al-Britani. One appeared appeared in an online documentary wearing a mask and glasses. Speaking with a London accent, he claimed the only thing he missed about Britain was Greggs.

The other children are said to be Abu Ishaq al-Masri (the Egyptian), Abu Fu’ad al-Kurdi (the Kurd) and Yusuf al-Uzbaki (the Uzbek).


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