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Mum held for 9 ho

urs on first day of holidayA

mum was held under armed guard for nine hours after border guard

s mistakenly accused her of terrorism on the first day of a family holiday. Sally Jones was barred from enteringTunisia after she was mistaken for a woman with the same nam

e who is thought to have moved to Syria to join Islamic State fighters earlier this year. Credit controller Sally, 43, said her family w

ere treated like criminals after flying fromManchester to Tunisia on Friday 24 October. Guards scanned her passport, before whisking the family away and keeping them under armed guard without water the Manchester Evening News reports. She said: “The whole experience was extremely traumatic for all of us. It was nearly nine hours they held us for. They told us nothing, gave us no food or drink and were really threatening. “They just kept telling me Sally Jones had a passport with the same date of birth as me, and that we looked si

milar. That was the only thing we were told.” Suspected Terrorist: Sally Jones is thought to be with terrorists ISIS, but shares the same name as a innocent mum (Image: YouTube) Her namesake, an unemployed former rock singer from Chatham in Kent, is believed to be based in the ISIS stronghold of Raqqa, where she fled with her husband after reportedly developing extreme views and abandoning her two young children. Mrs Jones said she had to explain this to children Lucy, 13, and Ben, 11, as they cried after being held up en-route to their Port El Kantaoui hotel. At one point they were told Mrs Jones had to fly back home and leave her children with hus

band Mark, 44. She said border guards were eventually persuaded to let them leave after she gave them her maiden name. She said: “But this was all information they would have had from the beginning of the day – they took our passports and they took our tickets off us.” She added: “Finally they said we could go and they escorted us from the airport and left us outside. We ended up getting on a German coach to the hotel, having missed a whole day of o

ur holiday, not to mention the trauma. “We were in tears, and so were the kids – who were wondering what the hell was going on and we had to explain it to them.” After eventually finishing their week-long break the family returned home on Friday. A Foreign Office spokeswoman said they were aware Mrs Jones had been held, and were ready to provide consular assistance if neede

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