Jeremy Corbyn refuses to say if he’d authorise bombing TERRORIST Sally Jones to save British troops


Jeremy Corbyn has refused to say if he would have authorised a drone strike against terrorist Sally Jones in order to save British armed forces personnel from danger

The footage which can be seen below clearly shows Mr Corbyn refusing to give a straight answer to a rather straightforward question.

Would you have given the order to kill Sally Jones?

Corbyn: “It is difficult to give an answer to that question which is hypothetical.”

It’s unimaginable to think that Mr Corbyn, the Labour leader, would struggle to answer such question.

This man is a danger and thank goodness he is not the prime minister.

Jones, who had been working under her Arabic name Umm Hussein al-Britani at the time of her death in June, was one of ISIS’s most prolific recruiter of female members.

She originally left her home in Chatham with her son in 2013 – his fate is currently unknown.

According to a report in The Sun about the ‘White Widow’:

The US Air Force Predator strike is said to have taken place close to the border between Syria and Iraq.

A Whitehall source said: “The Americans zapped her trying to get away from Raqqa. Quite frankly, it’s good riddance.”

If Mr Corbyn was in power she may still be alive.

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