Nigerian confirms six-year-old ISIS ‘Jihadi Junior’ is his grandson


Isa-DareIT has now been revealed that the child ISIS soldier, who has threatened the United Kingdom with new atrocities in a chilling video is the son of a lady muslim convert from London, born by Nigerian parents.

The lady, Grace Khadijah Dare, grew up in Lewisham, South London. She was born to Christian parents, Henry and Victoria Dare, but later converted to Islam and married a Swedish ISIS fighter, Abu Bakr.

Together, the couple have had two children, the oldest being the six -year- old boy, dressed in military fatigues and a black bandanna bearing the white mark of ISIS and chillingly declaring that ‘We will kill kuffar (non-believers)’.

Grace’s father, Henry Dare, a cab driver, has confirmed that his grandson is ‘definitely’ theboy in the sick ISIS video, the Mail Online reported.

According to the report, in 2014, Grace posted another shocking photograph of the boy, named Isa, on her Twitter account, holding an AK-47 rifle. The boy was then just four years old. Isa also has, at least, one younger sibling, a boy, who would now be between two and three years old, who his mother has referred to as a ‘mini mujahid’, or holy warrior.

Prime Minister David Cameron has described the video as ‘desperate stuff’ from a group that is ‘losing territory’ and ‘increasingly losing anybody’s sympathy’.

Two years ago, Grace ‘Khadijah’ Dare swapped her ‘comfortable life’ in Britain, where she was known for her dimples and her love of her mother’s home cooking, for the horror of Syria, where she joined the terror group ISIS. At 18, she converted to Islam and began worshipping at the Lewisham Islamic Centre, – which has links to both the Woolwich killers of Lee Rigby and radical cleric Abu Hamza.