Briton linked to ISIS has vowed to be the first female executioner

Posted on August 21, 2014

Dare, who in 2012 left her life in Britain behind to live in war torn Syria, prompted outrage recently after picturing her toddler son holding an AK47.

Dare, believed to be 22, writes under the Twitter name name Muhajirah fi Sham , meaning “immigrant in Syria”.

The exact date Dare fled to Syria is not known.

It is believed she converted to Islam in her mid teens and began attending a mosque linked to the killers of Lee Rigby, the British soldier murdered on a South London street last year.

She became a regular at the Lewisham Islamic Centre, a run down brick building attended by Michael Adebolajo and Michael Adebowale, the barbaric pair who ran down and attempted to behead Drummer Rigby as he made his way back to his barracks in Woolwich.

In between posts praising Islamic terrorists and asking for advice on how best to teach her young son the Koran, Dare has posted pictures of the heads of beheaded men on railings, believed to be the murderous deeds of Isis militants.

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