On May 3, 2016, Sally Jones, the widow of Islamic State (ISIS) hacker and fighter Junaid Hussain, made her return to Twitter, after a long social media hiatus, tweeting to UK Prime Minister David Cameron’s Twitter account. In the tweets, she hinted that there would be retribution from ISIS for the attacks on it.Her Twitter account is now suspended; up until then, Jones was following nearly 2,000 Twitter accounts, and had around 1,171 followers.
Following media reports about an ISIS mole in the British Ministry of Defence, Jones tweeted to Cameron: “Yes, it’s Abu Hussain’s wife, shouldn’t u be calling for the resignation of Mike Fallon after IS said it has a mole in the MoD? U can’t just sit there with ur tea & scones ordering RAF drone strikes on UK brothers with no comeback from the Islamic State.”
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