Sally Jones, British ISIS Widow, Threatens Central London And Tube Bomb Attacks In June And July

'England... Boom.'

25/05/2016 19:33 | Updated 26 May 2016

British jihadi widow Sally Jones has threatened the UK with a summer of bomb attacks warning people to stay away from central London and the Tube.

Jones, 47, fled the UK to be with Junaid Hussain in Syria after meeting him online. Hussain, who was originally from Birmingham, became the Islamic State's top cyber hack after joining them in 2013, before being killed last year while travelling in a vehicle in Syria.

At that time the 21-year-old was number three on the Pentagon's "kill list" of IS targets.

Isis widow Sally Jones has warned of further attack on London

Jones, who said she will "never love again" following Hussain's death, is said to have issued fresh threats against the UK in response to US-led coalition airstrikes on IS forces in Syria and Iraq.

According to MailOnline Jones wrote on social media: "To be honest I wouldn't go into Central London through June... or even July, well to be honest I wouldn't go there at all especially by Tube."

In another post, Jones, known as Mrs Terror, wrote: "U can't just sit there with ur tea & scones ordering RAF drone strikes on UK brothers with no comeback from the Islamic state."

Jones' former husband, Junaid Hussain, was killed last year 

She was also said to have urged British women to carry out attacks on civilians in the UK during Ramadan and revealed she was now hiding in the IS-held city of Mosul in Iraq.

In a final tweet before administrators suspended her account Jones wrote: "England... Boom."

The militant, who now calls herself Sakinah Hussain, hinted late last year that she wanted to find “paradise” by becoming an IS suicide bomber.

But the Mirror reports that jihadist brides who have fled IS have said that they are coming under pressure to choose a new husband within days, rather than the usual three-month grieving period for Muslim widows.

Jones is reportedly one of the world's most wanted terrorists and is believed to be on a hit list of 20 jihadis who will be targeted by the SAS in Syria. 

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