'White Widow' British ISIL recruiter 'killed in air strike'

'White Widow' British ISIL recruiter 'killed in air strike'

Jones was killed close to the border between Syria and Iraq by a US Air Force strike in June, according to The Sun.

Referring to reports her son was killed in the strike, he added: "It is a hard one because under the UN Charters he is under the age of what we would classify as a soldier".

Commenting on reports that the son of Sally Jones was killed during the shelling, he added: "It's hard because in the framework of the UN Charter, the boy not at the age to qualify as a soldier". There have been several such claims of IS militants having been killed only for them to resurface months later.

Jones, dubbed "the white widow" by some in the press, was a regular propagandist on social media.

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It is not known if Jones's 12-year-old son, Joe Dixon, known as JoJo, was also caught in the drone strike.

In an exclusive report in 2015, Sky News revealed the couple used online messaging services to urge British would-be recruits to carry out "lone wolf" attacks in the UK.

"The Americans zapped her trying to get away from Raqqa".

Jones in particular targeted young girls to travel to Syria and become jihadi brides and her husband reportedly ran a hacking unit for ISIS.

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Pentagon spokesman Maj Adrian Rankine-Galloway said: "I do not have any information that would substantiate that report but that could change and we are looking into this".

In 2016 she posted a message saying "Have a nice summer". In the 90's, she played in the all-woman band Krunch.

Jones became Britain's most wanted woman after leaving her home in Kent, south east England, in 2013, to join IS, taking son Jojo with her.

Given her penchant for encouraging terror attacks in the West, she was nicknamed Mrs Terror.

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She died while attempting to flee the Syrian city of Raqqa as it came under increased attack from US coalition forces and American-backed local troops on the ground. Hussain, who died in a United States drone strike in 2015, was accused of planning "barbaric attacks against the West".

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