Queen Elizabeth Is On Hit List Of ISIS

Queen Elizabeth Is On Hit List Of ISIS |PakistanTribe.com

Queen Elizabeth Is On Hit List Of ISIS |PakistanTribe.comLONDON – ISIS terrorists have been in Britain for 6 weeks and their trainer warns an attack will happen. It emerged yesterday that up to seven British jihadis have been trained by ISIS and are now back in the UK.

One potential target for ISIS is said to be this Saturday’s VJ commemorations involving the Queen.

The man who trained them was a member of ISIS’ feared internal security, the terror group’s equivalent of The Gestapo.

He claims they were trained abroad before returning to Britain six weeks ago with a mission. They have been trained to use grenades, make bombs and use other weapons.

He also added, “They got training for a month and a half and then they went back home.”I am telling you it (an attack) is happening. It’s been a month and a half since they went back.”

It is believed to be part of a new strategy with the terror group urging British jihadis to carry out attacks at home rather than travelling to Iraq or Syria.

The shock claims were uncovered by an exclusive online sting by Sky News using fake social media accounts to unmask Islamic State recruiters.

An undercover investigator spoke to a terrorist responsible for training some of those believed to be in Britain.

The news comes after a newspaper claimed that British jihadis plotted to blow up the Queen next weekend at an event to mark the anniversary of the end of the Second World War.

Police and MI5 were involved in a frantic race against time to stop the assassination plot being orchestrated from Syria by Islamic State commanders.

On Saturday, the Queen, accompanied by the Duke of Edinburgh, a veteran of the war in the Pacific will first attend a service at St Martin in the Fields in Trafalgar Square.

Scotland police said, it is always helpful when journalists share with us information we will investigate and take action where appropriate.

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