Singer Who Left Britain To Join ISIS Wants To Go Home


A British woman who fled the UK to become an ISIS poster girl has decided that it isn’t her cup of tea after all and wants to go home. Aw shucks.

Sally Jones, 49, was put on the Pentagon’s kill list when she took her son to Syria and planned dozens of terror plots.

Now her friends have revealed that she’s missing the pros that come with living in a free society.


Her mate Aisha told Sky News:

She was crying and wants to get back to Britain but ISIS is preventing her because she is now a military wife.

She said she wishes to go to her country.

Her husband, Junaid Hussain, a computer hacker from Birmingham, was slain in a drone strike in 2015. One of his and Sally’s plots was to kidnap a former U.S. soldier and behead him on camera while another was for a teenager to commit a mass shooting at a nightclub or concert.

Sally Jones had played in a female punk rock band before deciding to give up the guitar for her husband’s  hand in marriage and fleeing to Raqqa, Syria, to team up with Junaid.


Along with her 11-year-old son Jojo, now Hamza – she left behind her 18-year-old son – she posed for photos handling an AK-47.

One activist revealed she is having trouble remarrying as ‘she is considered old and ISIS fighters prefer young girls’.