ISIS’ ‘white widow’ Sally Jones ,12 year old son killed in airstrike

The British member of Islamic State Sally Jones is believed to have been killed, along with her 12-year-old son Jojo, in a US airstrike.

Jones, dubbed “the white widow” was a regular propagandist on social media. She had more than 20 handles on Twitter but there has been no activity from her in recent months.

The Sun reported that the CIA had told its UK counterparts Jones was killed by a Predator drone strike near the Syria-Iraq border in June.

It added she had last been seen fleeing from Raqqa and heading for the Syrian border town of Mayadin.

 

Former punk musician Jones, who was born in Kent, fled for Syria with her husband and joined ISIS .

 

Their young son Joe has been used in the terror group’s propaganda videos and she was believed to be head of the women’s section of one of its batallions.

Mel B’s ex-assistant alleges that Stephen Belafonte ‘made staff watch ISIS beheading video

Former assistant of ex- Spice Girl Mel B has revealed some interest things about her ex-husband Stephen Belafonte while also detailing what it was like to work so closely with the pair.
Speaking with The Sun, he revealed that working with the couple was chaotic singling out Belafonte for being the ‘scary’ one in the relationship.

It was alleged that the film producer had forced his staff to ‘watch ISIS beheading videos’, insisting they needed to be ‘prepared’ for anything in the real world.

‘Stephen was the scary one in that relationship. The smallest thing would set him off, he would scream at you like a drill sergeant,’ they claimed.
The former employee also appeared to hit out at Stephen for his excessive spending habits and claimed: ‘One minute he would be blowing thousands, the next he’d be screaming at us for wasting a few bucks on the wrong shade of paint.’

Muslims lend Christians hijab to escape death by ISIS in Philippines

Muslims are lending terrified Christians hijab veils to help them disguise themselves from ISIS terrorists as they try to escape their clutches.

This happened in the besieged city of Marawi in the Philippines where there are around 1,500 people trapped by the militants.

The head of the psychosocial therapy team, Dr Gioia Ancheta, said:

“Some of the stories that stuck were Muslims helping protect Christian workers by letting them borrow a hijab.”
Marawi was stormed by militants around three weeks ago in an operation which left 290 people died including 26 innocent civilians.

Eritrean and Nigerian women turned sex slaves by ISIS in Libya finally freed

Libyan authorities released on Wednesday 28 Eritreans and seven Nigerians who were captured and enslaved by Islamic State in Sirte and had been held in detention since the jihadist group lost the city in December.

The group, all but two of whom are women and children, escaped from Sirte, a former Islamic State stronghold in central Libya, while forces from the nearby city of Misrata battled to oust the militants late last year.

Some of the women were on their way to Europe when Islamic State fighters kidnapped and held them as sex slaves.

After they escaped from Sirte, they were investigated for possible ties to the group and held for several months in a Misrata prison.

Reuters has documented how Islamic State used enslaved refugee women to reward its fighters in Libya. In stories published last year, the women recounted how the group forced them to convert to Islam and sold them as sex slaves.

In November, a Reuters reporter visited some of the captives at a military post in Misrata. Their new captors, the women said then, starved and humiliated them. At least one woman, a 16-year-old, was pregnant and in need of urgent care.

The Libyan attorney-general’s office announced that it had cleared the women of any wrongdoing in mid-February, but their release was delayed for several more weeks, with no explanation.

On Wednesday, they were received by staff from the U.N. refugee agency (UNHCR) and the Libyan Red Crescent, before being taken to a shelter for medical checks.

“I’m very happy, I can’t describe how I feel, but I am very happy, I can start a new life and see my family again,” one 14-year-old Eritrean girl told Reuters before leaving the prison with the rest of the group on a Red Crescent bus.

A UNHCR official said the entire group had scabies, but otherwise appeared to be in reasonable physical condition.

The agency expects to resettle the Eritreans as refugees.

“We will send them to a safe house where they can be treated if they need medical treatment, and receive assistance from us, and be protected,” said Samer Haddadin, head of the UNHCR’s Libya mission.

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“At the same time we will be processing them for refugee status determination … and we are doing this to make sure we can find a resettlement country for those who meet the resettlement criteria.”

The Nigerians, five women and two children, will be able to apply for asylum or be offered repatriation.

Dozens of women and children who escaped from Sirte or were picked up there by Libyan forces are still being held in Misrata. They include Libyans, Tunisians, and nationals from several sub-Saharan African countries. A group of Filipino nurses were freed in February.

Islamic State took control of Sirte in early 2015, turning the coastal city into its most important base outside Syria and Iraq and stationing hundreds of foreign fighters there. It took Misrata-led forces almost seven months to recapture the city.

Reuters.

America is ‘being run by an idiot’ – ISIS mocks Donald Trump

ISIS has taken aim at Donald Trump – saying that the US is “being run by an idiot”. In their first official remarks since Trump took office, the terror group mocked the President claiming he is ignorant.
Spokesman Abi al-Hassan al-Muhajer said: “America you have drowned and there is no saviour, and you have become prey for the soldiers of the caliphate in every part of the earth, you are bankrupt and the signs of your demise are evident to every eye.”

“… There is no more evidence than the fact that you are being run by an idiot who does not know what Syria or Iraq or Islam is,” he said in a recording released on Tuesday on messaging network Telegram.

Trump has made defeating Islamic State a priority of his presidency.
US-backed forces are fighting to retake Islamic State’s two biggest cities – Mosul in Iraq and Raqqa in Syria.

“Die of spite America, die of spite, a nation where both young and old are racing to die in the name of God will not be defeated,” al-Muhajer said.

Trump is examining ways to accelerate the US-led coalition campaign that U.S. and Iraqi officials say has so far been largely successful in uprooting Islamic State militants in Iraq and Syria.

The loss of Mosul, Islamic State’s last major stronghold in Iraq, would deal a major defeat to Islamic State.

U.S. and Iraqi officials are preparing for smaller battles after the city is recaptured and expect the group to go underground to fight as a traditional insurgency.

Baby executed by ISIS after father tried to flee war zone

A baby has been executed by ISIS after its father tried to flee the war zone in the MIddle East. The child, whose age and gender has not been confirmed, if is believed to have been killed in a revenge attack after its father contacted authorities in an attempt to escape. The child is believed to be Australian, which has around 100 terrorists fighting for terrorist organisations, reports the Daily Telegraph.

Attorney-General George Brandis said the government condemned ‘any parent who takes their family to the conflict zone’.

‘The government has consistently said going to the conflict zone puts yourself and others in danger,’ he said.

According to reports, Islamic State controls both the money and passports of its foreign fighters to stop them from leaving.

 

ISIS amputate the hands of two boys aged ten and 12 who refused to execute two civilians in front of their families

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ISIS have amputated the hands of two boys aged ten and 12 who refused to execute two civilians in front of their families in Mosul.
Fanatics trained up a group of children from its stronghold in western parts of the city to fight against advancing Iraqi troops.

But two of the youngsters refused to carry out the twisted demands of their terror bosses.
In return, the youngsters were severely punished for refusing to execute two prisoners in front of their families.
According to Iraqi News, they both had a hand chopped off.