Is British 'White Widow' jihadist Sally Jones ALIVE?


British terrorist Sally Jones has been placed on a list of the top 40 most dangerous ISIS operatives - sparking fears the 'White Widow' jihadist may still be alive.

The US State Department raised fears the former punk rocker, originally from Chatham, Kent, could be alive in the Middle East. 

The 50-year-old was reportedly killed in a US drone strike close to the Syria-Iraqi border last October, where many ISIS terrorists were fleeing after losing control of key cities in Syria. 

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The onetime punk rocker from Kent went to Syria with her son in 2013. A former L'Oreal saleswoman, she lived in a council house in Chatham before fleeing to Syria in 2013, after falling for hacker jihadi Junaid Hussain online. She was killed by by an American drone in June. Pictured: A composite image of Jones, which first appeared on her Twitter account, showing her dressed as a nun while pointing a gun at the camera and holding a dog – a direct copy of the front cover of the novel Divorcing Jack

It was reported that the mother-of-two was killed alongside her 12-year-old son JoJo, who was taken to Syria to live with her. 

However there are conflicting reports that the child, known as Hamza Hussain, may have survived.

Jones was added to the US list on September 2015 and remains there along with two other Britons. 

The other two include Anjem Choudary, who was jailed for five and a half years for supporting ISIS in September 2016, and Siddartha Dhar, 34, also known as Abu Rumaysah al-Britani, who appeared on the Channel 4 documentary 'The Jihadis Next Door'.

Jones was a high priority on the Pentagon's 'kill list' because she was believed to have masterminded dozens of terror plots. Pictured: The propagandist with her son JoJo, who Western intelligence sources have now confirmed was killed in the strike 

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