Britain is at risk from the next Islamic State attack, supporters of the evil terror group have warned in unconfirmed tweets. They made the chilling threats on Twitter after at least 160 people were killed by a series of co-ordinated attacks on Paris last night.
After gloating about the horror that shocked the world, armchair jihadists tweeted that London could be next. The twisted tweeters also claimed to have two other major capitals in their sights – Washington DC and Rome.
London was last hit by a terror attack in July 2005, when 52 commuters were killed by suicide bombers linked to Islamist group al-Qaeda. But officials have reportedly been working tirelessly to thwart ISIS attacks since the militants declared a caliphate last summer. Last month Andrew Parker, the head of MI5, admitted the security service can “never be confident” in stopping all terror plots against Britain.