Fal­lon tells IS Bri­tons they are now a tar­get

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to fight for Daesh – an il­le­gal or­gan­i­sa­tion that is pre­par­ing and in­spir­ing ter­ror at­tacks on our streets – then you have made your­self a le­git­i­mate tar­get and you run the risk ev­ery hour of ev­ery day of be­ing on the wrong end of an RAF or a United States mis­sile.”

Jones, 50, who was pre­vi­ously a mem­ber of an allfe­male punk rock group, left her home in Chatham, Kent, af­ter con­vert­ing to Is­lam.

She used her Twit­ter ac­count to re­cruit women and pro­vided prac­ti­cal ad­vice on how to travel to Syria.

Born in Green­wich, she en­cour­aged in­di­vid­u­als to carry out at­tacks in Bri­tain, of­fer­ing guid­ance on how to con­struct home­made bombs.

In 2015, she claimed to have been train­ing a ter­ror­ist bomber in Glas­gow.

Dur­ing on­line con­ver­sa­tions with a Sky News re­porter she said: “The only se­ri­ous girl I’ve met is this sis­ter from Glas­gow.

“I mean, she’s re­ally gonna do it.”

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