The Irish-born fugitive widow of London bomber Jermaine Lindsay has said she is ready for Jihad and is willing to take her own life in a suicide attack.

Samantha Lewthwaite from Northern Ireland also known as the White Widow, was the wife of the man who blew up a Piccadilly Line train in London during the 7/7 attack.

Lewthwaite was eight months pregnant with their second child at the time. She is a wanted woman because of claims that she took part in a grenade attack in Kenya which killed three football fans watching a Euro 2012 game in a bar.

The 28-year-old Lewthwaite has been missing for nearly a year but revealed in an online that she is tired of living on the run and is "breathing Jihad."

She writes: "I'd rather be receiving my martyrdom, think I'll get ready... and buy a vest."

She posted the poem, entitled "Maybe Paradise Tomorrow," using a Twitter account. In the poem she pays tribute to Aboud Rogo Mohammed, the former leader of Al-Qaeda-linked terror faction Al-Shabaab, killed last week in a Kenya drive-by shooting, and she vows to join him in "Jannah" (Islamic paradise).

According to the Sunday Mirror, she may be hiding out with five terrorists in Central Kenya. The CIA, Kenyan police and Scotland Yard are on the hunt for the woman from Northern Ireland who may have turned to Islam at the age of 15 because of her parents' separation.

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