ISIS woman warning of impending terror attacks in London

ISIS woman warning of impending terror attacks in London

(TRUNEWS) Residents in London are being warned about impending terror attacks during Ramadan.

A jihadi bride named Sally Jones claims there will be violence in London, Glasgow and in underground subway.  She is a top ISIS recruiter now living in Iraq with her son who was born in Britain, according to the Daily Mail.
She is also recruiting European women to join ISIS as jihadists, and claims she is willing to become a suicide bomber.

”To be honest, I wouldn't go into Central London through June... or even July, well to be honest, I wouldn't go there at all especially by Tube,” she wrote on a social media page.

She is also recruiting European women to join ISIS as jihadists, and claims she is willing to become a suicide bomber.

The 47-year-old, who now calls herself Sakinah Hussain, is on the Pentagon’s “kill list” may become the first western woman to blow herself up as part of ISIS.

Her husband, also an ISIS member, was killed in a drone strike last year.

There are also concerns about terror attacks in the U.S. during Memorial day weekend.  Rep. Mike McCaul (R-TX) gave an interview on “Fox News Sunday with Chris Wallace”, where he talked about his concern over airport security.

"You can have the best technology but if you have an inside job of a worker that has access to the plane that's corrupted or bribed or radicalized, they can get a bomb on that aircraft and blow it up," McCaul said.

He also claimed ISIS is expanding, despite President Obama’s claims, especially in Libya, as reported by TRUNEWS.

"Libya is a failed state and becoming a launching pad for external operations, as is Sinai in Egypt."

He said African and Middle Eastern nations give jihadists an area to prepare operations against the U.S.

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