The ideology behind radical Islamic terror is spreading into even the darkest and most secluded corners of modern society, and in Great Britain, authorities have admitted to being in way over their heads.
A rapid succession of terrifying Jihadi attacks have taken place on English soil over the course of the last two weeks, including a suicide bombing targeting young women and a van and knife attack that focused on innocent civilians near the famed landmark, the London Bridge. In both attacks, radical Islamic terror networks have claimed responsibility for the carnage, praising the attackers online and calling for a further intensification of their holy war against non-Muslims.
As Britons step back and reexamine what their options will be in continuing to deal with this immense threat, grim new facts about the scope of radical Islam’s invasion of Europe have become apparent, and they do not bode well for those looking toward an end to the violence.
“The number of potential UK-based terrorists on the radar of the British security services is as high as 23,000, it has emerged.
“The figure is more than six times the figure previously released by the Home Office at the time of last month’s Manchester bombing.
“Then, it was revealed the security services had 500 live investigations into more than 3,000 suspected radical jihadis, including about 400 people who have remarkably been allowed to return to our shores after fighting with terror group Islamic State (ISIS) in Syria.
“Security minister Ben Wallace said all 23,000 people were ‘in the mix and had to be looked at’, but could not say how this was possible.
“He said: ‘All of that is predominately underpinned by intelligence, which as I’m sure you will understand and the courts certainly understand, unfortunately the hardest part is we’ve got to get convert intelligence into evidence if we actually want to deprive people of their liberty or take certain steps.’
“After the Westminster and Manchester strikes, Express.co.uk exclusively revealed powers available to the authorities to question terror suspects were used less last year than in 2015.”
This alarming reality in the United Kingdom comes as a heated debate regarding Europe’s handling of the Syrian refugee crisis rages. While many EU member nations are following the globalist orders of the Union’s leadership in taking as many refugees in as quickly as possible, nations such as Hungary and Poland have recognized a massive potential for danger in this course of action. With relaxed borders throughout much of the continent, ISIS has already admitted to exploiting the lax security to position their own violent assets within Europe, which certainly correlates with this newly released data from the UK.
If the world continues down this leftist, borderless path, there is no telling just how effective ISIS can come to be in the near future.