Who Is Sally Jones? ISIS Member 'White Widow' Allegedly Killed In Syria

British ISIS recruiter Sally Jones has reportedly been killed in an air strike

Jones collected another nickname - White Widow -after Hussain was killed by a USA army drone in IS group capital of Raqqa in 2015.

In 2013, she left her home with her then 8-year old son Jojo - leaving her older son behind - to joine the Islamic State "caliphate".

The newspaper said the blast was kept secret by the Central Intelligence Agency over concerns Jones' twelve year old son, Jojo, may have also been killed in the incident.

In one conversation with an undercover journalist, Jones detailed the materials needed to make a bomb and said she could help construct a device remotely.

Sally Jones, a former punk singer who later became an ISIS recruiter, has reportedly been killed in a drone strike.

Before fleeing to Syria, computer hacker Hussain admitted publishing Tony Blair's address in 2011 and was jailed for six months after making hoax calls to a United Kingdom counter-terror hotline a year later.

Jones has used her son-who has previously appeared in an ISIS execution video-as a human shield in the past, prompting speculation that he may have been killed in the drone strike. She changed her name to Umm Hussein al-Britani, and soon became a high-profile figure of the group.

Jones used social media to try to recruit for ISIS and spread messages of hatred, with more than 20 different handles on Twitter, according to the Guardian, but her online activity stopped in recent months. Hussain is one of the suspects in the beheading of USA journalist James Foley, but was killed in 2015 by a U.S. drone strike.

She also posted comments such as: "You Christians all need beheading with a nice blunt knife and stuck on the railings at Raqqa".

Another source told the Times of London that reports of her demise are "probably accurate".

Maj. Gen. Chip Chapman, the former head of counterterrorism at the Ministry of Defense, told Press Association that under the U.N. Charter Jones's son was too young to be classified as a soldier.

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