Published On: Mon, Sep 1st, 2014

Former All-Girl Band Member Turned ISIS Jihadist Hopes to Behead Christians

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The member of an all-girls rock band, also the mother-of-two, has joined the Islamic State in Syria and has modified her priorities to include beheading Christians with blunt knife.

In the early 1990s she was the lead guitarist in the all-girl rock band Krunch, in southeast England. A video on YouTube from the early 1990s which has since been deleted showed her wearing a leather mini-skirt and playing guitar and singing (see image above).

One neighbor said Jones was very “scatty” and that “everything was always a drama, her children were unruly and she was extremely loud. Men came and went but she lived mainly as a single mum with her two boys, ” the Daily Mail reported.

Several media sources in the UK have revealed that the Muslim convert who now goes by the name Umm Hussain al-Britani on Twitter, is probably Sally Jones from Chatham in Kent.

In the past, Umm Hussain reported that she had married a British hacker who also turned Jihadi, and goes by the name of Junaid Hussain. The couple traveled to Syria to join ISIS

Junaid Hussain is the main suspect in the much publicized beheading of American journalist James Foley.

On August 10, Umm Hussain tweeted: Alhamdulillah me and my husband made it to the Islamic State after being stuck in Idlib for 7 mnths & are now living in the khilafah #isis

She continued to tweet sporadically, until, on August 29, she offered this profound citation: “Fight and kill the disbelievers, take them captive, harass them, lie in wait and ambush them using every stratagem of war.” Qur’an 9:5

What a peaceful religion you’ve got…

Her most recent tweets makes one wonder if Jones was hoping to take it all back, if she could:

“Shutting our twitters later … We fed you all enough :)”

and

“… And music is haram …” (meaning forbidden).

Talk about coming full circle…

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