A BRITISH punk rocker-turned-jihadi bride is quickly moving up the charts — of the Pentagon’s terrorist kill list, according to a report.
Sally Jones has recently become a “high priority” on the “kill list” of wanted terrorists, the Sunday Times of London reported.
Jones, 49, has been implicated in two horrific, but foiled, plots to spill the blood of innocent Americans and even the Queen of England.
The first was an attempt to live-stream the murder of a US veteran; the second was a plotted mass shooting at a North Carolina concert, the British newspaper reported.
Jones also is believed to have joined in a failed plot targeting Queen Elizabeth in 2015, during V-J Day celebrations in London.
Now Jones, originally from Kent in southeast England, is believed to be in Iraq or Syria, where she hopes to avoid the fate of her late Islamic State hubby.
The husband, Junaid Hussain, a computer hacker from Birmingham, England, was killed by a US drone in the then-ISIS stronghold of Raqqa, Syria, in 2015.
Jones and Hussain were celebrities in the IS world, with her recruiting women and him raking high in the caliphate’s technology operations through CyberCalipha.
Together, they were nicknamed “Mr. and Mrs. Terror.”
Before devoting herself to dark, bloodthirsty IS masters, Jones was a guitarist in all-girl rock band Krunch.
The mother of two might have already poisoned the minds of her two children with sick hatred. Shocking video emerged in August last year of children executing captured Kurds.
One of the pint-sized terrorists was a young light-skinned boy, whom British anti-terrorism cops believe is Jones’ 11-year-old son, who now goes by the name Umm Hussain Britaniyah.
Jones now goes by the name of Sakinah Hussain.
In September it was reported Jones was heading up a secret army of female jihadis hellbent on launching a bloody wave of suicide attacks in the West — with their kids in tow.
It’s believed the women — mainly war widows — will use the fact they are female to slip under the radar before launching their bloody attacks.
It’s feared they could even bring their children on their merciless missions in an attempt to foil the security services.
Online Source: news.com.au