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In an interview with Sky News, a woman (it is believed she is female as she was covered head to toe in a burka and had a fairly high voice) who we will call "Aisha" now claims Jones wants to return to Britain.
Aisha (named after the prophet of Islam, Mohammad's 6-year-old wife when he married her) is also an immigrant and currently under Kurdish guard in a refugee camp in Syria. She insists that very few immigrants to the 'caliphate' wanted to join the war, and that includes Sally Jones.
Jones' husband was killed in battle last year and is now humping in heaven, Aisha said. Junaid Hussain was IS' chief of digital jihad and was killed in 2015 by a US drone strike while planning terror plots against the West.
In the Sky News interview, Aisha was asked if she knew any British people and said, "I know one--Umma Hussain al Britani," the name Sally Jones took when she went to help IS in their religious war against the normal world.
Aisha continued: "She lost her husband in a battle last year. She has one boy."
The boy was taught to execute prisoners and is now 12-years-old.
Then Aisha said that Jones would like to go back to Britain: "She was crying and wants to get back to Britain but ISIS is preventing her because she is now a military wife. She told me she wishes to go to her country."
This sounds more like a crock of crap than reality. Jones knows if she goes back to Britain, she'll serve the rest of her life in prison.
Brett McGurk (no relation to Bernie McGuirk) is the leading US diplomat in the conflict agains the 'little caliphate on the prairie,' and recently said that the 3,000 to 3,500 scum-wafers fighting for ISIS in Raqqa would die there.
Perhaps Jonesy and Aisha aren't all that religious and wish to stay alive. Let's hope Jones has a different outcome.
Aisha said her Moroccan husband traveled to IS before the caliphate was declared by Baghdadi in June 2015. She said her husband was a dealer in ruins and antiquities in Europe and was told by a buddy that he could buy them cheaply in the caliphate.
She insisted she wasn't a violent supporter, but that's because she was caught.
ISIS made a killing in ruins and antiquities to fund their fighting, but it's doubtful that Aisha's husband was an innocent victim in all this.