A British jihadi woman allied with the Islamic State has vowed to become the first woman to behead a prisoner from UK or US.
Following the outcry over the beheading of American journalist James Foley, the British woman made the statement on her Twitter handle.
Any links 4 da execution of da journalist plz. Allahu Akbar. UK must b shaking up haha. I wna b da 1st UK woman 2 kill a UK or US terorrist!
— muhajirah fi Sham (@Ash_Shamiyyah) August 20, 2014
Muhajirah fi Sham, which means an "immigrant in Syria" has been identified by Mirror as Khadijah Dare from Lewisham, south East London.
The report noted that Dare converted to Islam in her teens and is married to a Swedish ISIS fighter. It is believed that the 22-year old mother of one, left UK around 2012 to live in Syria.
"Any links 4 da execution of da journalist plz. Allahu Akbar. UK must b shaking up haha. I wna b da 1st UK woman 2 kill a UK or US terorrist!(sic)," the British Jihadi tweeted.
The fanatic jihadi woman, earlier in July had raked up quite an uproar after posting a picture of her young son with an AK 47.
Dare has also been featured on ISIS videos shooting AK47s and revolvers. In the video that appeared on Channel4, she said that she missed junk food and Chinese takeaways. In the video she is also heard saying that she studied media, film, psychology and sociology at college.
The Briton in several of her tweets has tried to call on fellow Britons to come join the war in Syria and Iraq.
In a shocking development, following the beheading of American citizen and journalist Foley, reports have come in that the Jihadist, who was filmed murdering the scribe is a Briton.
The Daily Mail reported that the fanatic who beheaded Foley is from a gang of British jihadis known as 'The Beatles'. Based on the information provided by a former hostage, the masked Islamic State maniac is said to be a Londoner, who used to be known as 'John'.
According to Newsweek report there more than twice as many British Muslims fighting for Islamic State than there are serving in the British armed forces. Khalid Mahmood, the MP for Perry Barr in Birmingham, in the report noted that an estimated 1,500 young British Muslims have been recruited by ISIS in Iraq and Syria.