The United Kingdom is facing a terror threat at a level not seen since the 1970s, a newly appointed independent reviewer of terrorism laws has warned.
Speaking to British media for the first time since being assigned to the role, Max Hill said Daesh was planning “indiscriminate attacks on civilians” regardless of race or colour on a scale similar to those perpetrated by the Irish Republican Army (IRA) some 40 years ago.
An activist and Islamic scholar believes that Britain should cut ties with its allies in the Middle East, which are funding and supporting Daesh terrorists if there is a “high-level-threat” against it.
“So if Britain really feels it has a terror threat against it according to what these people are saying, then Britain needs to cut ties with Saudi Arabia, Israel, UAE, Qatar and with the oppressive regime in Bahrain,” Shabbir Hassanally told Press TV in an interview1 on Sunday.
However, he said, it is important to understand that Daesh has been manufactured by Britain and its allies, adding that London itself is behind sending terrorists to Syria.
Therefore, he added, it is “bizarre” that Britain is unable to stop Daesh terrorists, who are returning from their terror campaign in Syria because that would mean it does not have a record of these people.
Hassanally further opined that if an attack happens, it would be a false-flag operation designed to frighten people and to pressure the population into giving up more of their rights and acquiescing to whatever the UK government wants.
He also highlighted the fact that people are waking up to the situation that they are living under a “Zionist-controlled dictatorship” rather than a “democratic” government.
According to the activist, the current government in Britain is “completely unelected” because Prime Minister Theresa May and her cabinet have got no public mandate.