Conservative politicians have warned of the likelihood of an al Qaeda retaliation attack on Britain after reports of Osama Bin Laden’s death, a plausible scenario given the estimated 2,000-plus Muslim extremists living in this country because of LibLabCon immigration policies.
News reports today claim that Osama Bin Laden was killed by US forces outside Islamabad, Pakistan, in a firefight.
Incredibly, it has been reported that Bin Laden’s body has already been buried at sea in order to respect Muslim customs.
Barack Obama and David Cameron have hailed the killing, but they and officials in the US and UK have warned of the threat of reprisals against Western targets.
The Foreign Office urged Britons overseas to "exercise caution in all public places and avoid demonstrations, large crowds of people and public events". David Cameron said the British public will have to be “particularly vigilant in the weeks ahead”, while Foreign Secretary William Hague warned that people must still be “vigilant against al Qaeda and associated groups”.
The Home Office has maintained the threat level to the UK from international terrorism since January 2010 at severe, indicating a terrorist attack is highly likely.
Experts from the Centre of Defence Studies (CDS) at King's College London said al Qaeda will "undoubtedly" recover and strike back in retaliation for Bin Laden’s death.
The risk of a terror attack on the UK is largely due to the fact that the country harbours literally thousands of known Muslim extremists, imported to this country by the LibLabCon governments, and subsidised by the British taxpayers.
One such radical, Anjem Choudary, spokesman for the extremist Muslims Against Crusades group, receives more than £25,000 a year of benefits. He has warned that “Britain is more likely to face a 7/7 today than ever”.