No surprise here. We have seen many times how converts to Islam get the idea that they need to turn against their own nation and their own people. This is only news because this phenomenon is so completely ignored and denied that Sally Jones’ actions appear to be anomalous.
BRITISH terror recruiter Sally Jones – who once told of her desire to BEHEAD Christians – lived on church handouts in the UK before she fled Britain to join the so-called Islamic State (ISIS).
The mother-of-two, from Chatham in Kent, was handed grocery parcels from a church-run food bank in Borough Green, near Sevenoaks – just weeks before joining the bloodthirsty terror group with her 10-year-old son Jojo.
The 45-year-old is married to fellow ISIS recruiter and computer hacker Junaid Hussain, 21, from Birmingham, with the pair dubbed ‘Mr and Mrs Terror’.
Jones once told of her desire to behead Christians with a “blunt knife” after arriving in war-torn Syria in 2013 at the same time as Hussain, with the pair having fled Britain to join the depraved ISIS terror group.
But it has now emerged that the former punk was receiving hand-outs at the Church of the Good Shepherd in early 2013 and continued to receive support even when she converted to Islam in around May of that year, according to the Sunday Times.
Earlier this week it was revealed Jones had told undercover reporters she had recruited a female terrorist who is currently in Glasgow and primed to launch a terror catastrophic attack.
During online conversations, Jones – who has changed her name to ‘Umm Hussain al-Britani’ after marrying – encouraged undercover investigators, who were posing as jihadists, to conduct atrocities in the UK and sent them guidebooks on how to make bombs.
Her husband helps runs the ISIS recruitment arm in the brutal terror group’s stronghold of Raqqa, Syria.
Jones soon gained infamy for leading the all-female al-Khanssaa Brigade, a militia set up by ISIS in their self-declared capital.
The religious police force punishes other women in the region for ‘un-Islamic’ behaviour….