A security correspondent from BBC said that Sally-Anne Jones was an agent for IS on social media who’s task was to spread fake news and propaganda as well as incite people. As by the security correspondent, Jones death would be somehow “significant”.
Sally-anne Jones, from Chatham in Kent is reported to have joined the so-called Islamic State after converting to Islam and travelling to Syria in the year 2013.
According to reports reaching us, a British IS recruiter Sally-Anne Jones was killed in a US drone strike in Syria, in the month of June this year.
Jones, 48 – who had no previous military training – had been married to the jihadist Junaid Hussain, who was killed in 2015 in a drone strike. Jones, who was born in Greenwich, London, also encouraged individuals to carry out attacks in Britain, offering guidance on how to construct home-made bombs.
On her Twitter account timeline, Jones would to provide practical advice on how to travel to Syria and besides all, she at some point shared numerous pictures of herself posing with weapons.