A British woman linked the terror organisation Islamic State has vowed to behead a British or US prisoner.

Khadijah Dare and her husband, Abu Bakr have links to Isis and IS

Khadijah Dare and her husband, Abu Bakr have links to Islamic State

Khadijah Dare, who is from Lewisham in South-East London, declared her intention just a day after the shocking video of the horrific killing of US photo-journalist was released. Using her Twitter handle Muhajirah fi Sham, which means “an immigrant in Syria,” Dare tweeted the following chilling promise: “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!”

Dare left her life in Britain in 2012 and lives with her Swedish husband, a Swedish Isis fighter who calls himself Abu Bakr. Dare has already courted controversy when she tweeted a photograph of her toddler son grasping an AK-47 assault rifle.

It is thought that Dare converted to Islam when she was a teenager and that she started going to a mosque that is linked to the killers of Lee Rigby, the soldier who murdered last year in broad daylight by Islamic extremists.

Dare uses her Twitter account to post grisly pictures of murders committed by Isis militants and to celebrate the terrorist actions of fellow extremists. She also uses Twitter to encourage other British people to join her cause; earlier this year she tweeted: “All da people back in dar ul kufr [land of the disbelievers] what are you waiting for … hurry up and join da caravan to where the laws of allah is implemented. No one from Lewisham has come here apart from an 18-year-old sister shame on all those people who afford fancy meals and clothes and do not make hirja [Mohammad’s journey]. Shame on you.”