The British jihadi bride known as Umm Ibrahim, who wrote the chilling diary entries
The chilling diary reveals the undisclosed details of the jihadi-bride's life, who is said to have followed in the footsteps of the "White Widow" Sally Jones, who fled Britain to join ISIS in 2013.
Written under the name Umm Ibrahim, the diary entries feature the innermost unnerving thoughts of a British woman amidst her new life in Syria.
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In a series of entries, Ibrahim describes her deep hatred for non-Muslims, which increases every day as she sees piled-up bodies of women and children lying on Syrian streets shortly after foreign forces launched airstrikes.
Ibrahim wrote, in posts seen by the MailOnline: “The Russian kuffar bombed – killing 100 people and injuring many.
“Every breath I take my hatred for them [non believers] increases. We just missed an airstrike today. Kuffar going crazy. May Allah destroy them.”
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A photo report on the British woman who left the UK to fly to Syria, and joined the Islamic State.
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Sally Jones, who calls herself Sakinah Hussain. She is married to British jihadist fighter in Syria Junaid Hussain. In 2013 she left the UK to join the Islamic State.
To keep calm in the war-torn state, Ibrahim said she listens to an audiobook of the Koran which helps her drown out the noise of Russian bombing raids.
The jihadi-bride said she spends her spare time writing in her diary – which has not been independently verified – but she also routinely urges other families to flock to Syria so they can join the war against the West.
Ibrahim, who spent months plotting to leave Britain and join her husband with ISIS.
Jones – who calls herself "Umm Hussain Britaniya" – married a jihadi from Birmingham called Junaid Hussain.
The jihadi-bride said she was sick of seeing women and children laying on the streets after strikes
According to reports, the jihadi-bride’s husband livd in Turkey for four months, before he entered Syria.
She wrote: “We had given bayah [loyalty] to the Khalifah straight away without any doubts in our hearts and wanted to live under the shade of Shariah as soon as we could.”
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