‘Race against time’ to stop ISIS terror assassination attempt targeting Queen Elizabeth
Britain’s MI5 Security Service and police are reportedly in a “race against time” to stop Islamic State jihadis from targeting England’s Queen Elizabeth and other members of the Royal Family at a parade in London next Saturday.
According to a report in British newspaper The Daily Mail on Saturday, intelligence forces have determined that terrorists in Syria are orchestrating a three-pronged attack at London’s annual VJ Day — Victory in Japan — parade that commemorates the end of World War II.
Security sources identified the queen as the main target, though other royal family members are said to be possible targets as well, including Prince Charles. The procession is expected to be attended by British Prime Minister David Cameron, as well as a number of dignitaries, soldiers, military veterans and thousands of civilian parade-goers.
Similar to the 2013 Boston Marathon attack, terrorists reportedly are planning to use a pressure cooker bomb to carry out the attack.
The report publicized a number of high-profile spots where explosions are being planned, such as at St. Martin-in-the-Fields church in London’s Trafalgar Square, before moving on to the Field Marshal Slim statue, the site of a second planned explosion. The procession ends at Westminister Abbey, where terrorists are supposedly planning a third blast.
FOR ENTIRE ARTICLE CLICK LINKClick here for the Top 12 Moments in Jewish History...LET THE ADVENTURE BEGIN! »