ONE of the most wanted women in the world, British ISIS recruiter Sally Jones, has reportedly been killed in an air strike.
The 50-year-old Muslim convert – who fled Britain to join ISIS – was killed in an air strike this summer, according to security sources.
The white widow – who used the Islamic pseudonym “Umm Hussain” – was reportedly killed at the Syria-Iraq border after fleeing terror capital Raqqa.
Her 12-year-old son Jojo may also have been killed in the strike.
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The CIA told British counter-terror officials Jones was blown to bits in June, according to the Sun.
A US Air Force Predator drone blew her to bits as she headed towards the Syrian border town of Mayadin.
The Sun said the news had been kept quiet over fears Jojo was also killed.
US intelligence boffins admitted they couldn’t be 100% sure she was dead as it was difficult to collect DNA from the scene.
But they were described as “confident” the terror scum was dead.
A Whitehall source told the Sun: “The Americans zapped her trying to get away from Raqqa.
“Quite frankly, it’s good riddance.”
The US had designated Jones as a “specially designated global terrorist” – making her the target of drone strikes – after she leaked the name, address and personal information of the US Airforce pilot who led the mission to kill terror preacher Anwar Al-Awlaki online.
Jones – a former punk rocker from Chatham in Kent – posted the confidential info on a file-sharing website with a chilling photograph of retired pilot and intelligence operator’s wife and child.
She is suspected of leaking the personal details of a number of American military heroes – including Navy Seal Robert O’Neill.
He was also killed in an air strike – in 2015.
She may have learned her trade from her toy boy lover – who was reported to be number three on America’s target list due to his hacking skills and his ability to sign up foreign fighters.
The 21-year-old was the leader of a shadowy computer hacking group known as Team Poison – which had claimed responsibility for hacking attacks on politicians, businesses and a humanitarian agency.
He was jailed in 2012 for stealing personal information from Tony Blair and publishing it online. – AP
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