THE suspected British mother of so-called Jihadi Junior was filmed shopping with an AK-47 and debating her militant husband over whose machine gun was better for a documentary outlining their depraved life.
Grace ‘Khadijah’ Dare, who allegedly forced her four year-old son to appear in the sickening video, traded in her comfortable South London life when she moved to Syria.
In the video filmed two years ago, the jihadi bride goes out to buy nappies, with her assault rifle slung over her shoulder.
At one point, she says: “I’m not oppressed. If I was oppressed I wouldn’t be a Muslim right now.
“If I thought Islam was an oppressive religion, I would have left Islam. Islam has made me free.
She also criticises other Muslims for “being so selfish… focusing on your families or studies” and encourages them to join the twisted jihad in Syria.
Footage shows Dare, fully-veiled with a neighbour, carrying kalashnikovs while travelling to the shops to buy “hummus, nappies and a bucket”.
Another scene shows her debating with her extremist husband over whose assault rifle is better.
While she claimed her AK-47 was easier for carrying to the shops, her husband, Abu Bakr, said he prepared the “wood stock” on his own weapon.
Bakr, who has since been killed fighting for ISIS, married the British woman after fleeing to Syria in 2012.