The 18-year-old (pictured, top, in a Twitter photo), who is believed to be living in the ISIS stronghold of Raqqa, north-east Syria, condemned David Cameron for ‘waging wars’ against Muslims, saying she wants ‘his head on a spike’.
She claimed she would not care if she was stripped of her UK citizenship, describing the notion as ‘quite laughable’. It comes amid concerns that a growing number of young women are leaving their families in Britain to join the jihadi cause in Syria.
She has even encouraged other Britons to travel to Syria, saying: ‘I might be only 18 but I know coming to shaam [is] the best decision. Staying in the UK completely diminishes your islam.’ The jihadist set up her Twitter account on June 27 – just one day after schoolgirl sisters Salma and Zahra Halane fled to Syria.