Tuesday, August 30, 2016

Experts fear ISIS terrorist knifemen will target Western church for their next attack

Counter-terror experts fear ISIS extremists armed with knives will target a Western church for their next attack.
Christian leaders are being warned to increase security and avoid wearing dog collars in public.
New counter terrorism advice is being urgently issued to vicars and churches across the UK this week over fears an attack on British religious institutions is now likely.
The new measures follow the murder of a priest by two ISIS terrorists in France last month, amid fears the same could now happen in the UK.
Experts warn that a terrorist attack on churches "is coming." Places of worship in the UK, which are 'easy targets' for extremists, are now being urged to take precautions and beef up security.
A draft of the measures being issued and seen by Mirror Online - called Counter Terrorism Advice for Churches - urges religious leaders to prepare for incidents and to be on alert for attackers, who are likely to be armed with knives. READ MORE