ISIS recruiter Sally Jones has son that is still alive in terrorist group jihadist training camp

ISIS recruiter Sally Jones has son that is still alive in terrorist group jihadist training camp

ISIS recruiter Sally Jones’ son is still alive despite suggestions that he had been killed in an airstrike, Syria sources claim.

The 12-year-old was not with his mother when she was killed by a CIA reaper drone after being taken away to train as an ISIS fighter, according to reporters.

Jones took her son to Syria with her when she travelled to join the caliphate and marry terrorist hacker Junaid Hussain in 2013.

It was confirmed by the Government that Jones from Kent was killed in the airstrike on a convoy but Syrian sources now claim her son was 35 miles away at the time in the town of al-Shaafa.

JoJo was reportedly taken from his mother to train along with other children after Hussain was killed was killed in the fighting.

ISIS fanatics deemed the boy to be old enough to fight for their sick caliphate when he turned 12 in December, two separate sources told the Telegraph.

The child endured several months of training as part of the “cubs of the caliphate” camp.

The last known photo of the JoJo was taken in Raqqa during his training.

One resident said: “Foreign fighters, mostly Turkish, took Joe and some other foreign children from Raqqa to Deir Ezzor province in April to protect them as they are the future of the caliphate.

“They weren’t using them as human shields, as some people say because the presence of children does not stop the coalition from bombing.”

The last known sighting of the 12-year-old was in al-Shaafa where he is thought to be livening with other Western children and senior ISIS commanders.

After meeting Hussain in a chat room former punk rock singer Jones became one of ISIS most notorious recruiters and the UK’s most wanted woman.

She is thought to have convinced hundreds of women to work for the sick terror group and called for them to carry out attacks in the UK.

ISIS has lost almost all of its territory and only holds a few villages and stretches of desert.

The news follows an inquest into the death of a Briton who died fighting against ISIS in Syria.

Luke Rutter, 22, from Wirral, Merseyside, died in the city of Raqqa on July 5 after joining the Kurdistan People’s Protection Units (YPG).

An inquest into his death, held at the Gerard Majella Courthouse in Liverpool on Monday, heard he had travelled to the country without the knowledge of the UK authorities and was “more likely than not” to have been killed by IS, also known as Daesh.

The brief hearing, which lasted less than 10 minutes, was attended by Mr Rutter’s mother and father along with other relatives.

Coroner’s officer Pamela Robbins said a post-mortem examination showed the cause of his death was blast injuries.

Source: Express