British ISIS widows are huge threat for possible terrorist attacks in the UK once they return from Syria

A top secret dossier compiled by intelligence agencies have raised fears bloodthirsty ‘Jihadi brides’ like Sally Jones will pose a huge threat to the security of the UK once they return from Syria.

Information handed to Prime Minister Theresa May claims women born in Britain and recruited by the terror group – including former punk rocker Jones – could wreak havoc if ISIS is defeated abroad.

Jones, 47, has remained at large since her husband, Islamic State recruit Junaid Hussain, was killed in a US drone strike in 2015.

The intelligence document, seen by the Mail on Sunday, reveals women and children are more likely to be used to carry out terrorist attacks in the West as ISIS loses control of its strongholds in Raqqa and Mosul.

It is feared female European Jihadis will make their way back home in what is being dubbed the ‘Raqqa scatter’, to carry out terror attacks if they can escape prosecution, wrote the Birmingham Mail.

Source: /Mirror