An Isis recruiter from Kent who took her son to wartorn Syria has told friends she wants to leave the terror group and come back to Britain.
Sally Jones’ friends say she is desperate to come home after her husband Junaid Hussain was killed in a drone strike in 2015.
The Kent mother, 49, was put on the Pentagon’s kill list because the couple were responsible for planning a dozen terror plots.
‘She told me she wishes to go to her country.’
She and her husband hatched a foiled plot to kidnap a former US soldier and behead him on camera.
Another plan was to be carried out by a teenager shooting at hundreds of people at a nightclub or concert.
Hussain ran digital operations for the terror group and was killed by a drone strike two years ago.
In a Twitter post after his death Jones claimed she was ‘proud my husband was killed by the biggest enemy of Allah, may Allah be pleased with him.’
It is believed Jones recruited dozens of women to ISIS via social media before her accounts were shut down.
Since then, she has posted a series of threats on social media and posed for photos with an AK-47.
Jones is also believed to be using her 11-year-old son Jojo as a human shield.
The former lead guitarist – who spent a lifetime on state benefits while living in the UK – also ranted about how she wanted to behead Christians with a ‘blunt knife.’
In September 2015, the United Nations sanctioned Jones as an agent operating on behalf of a terrorist organisation.
She is also on a drone target list drawn up by the US and Britain.