BAGHDAD / Sky Press / follow-up
Britain has warned of a wide and collective attacks Daash intends to implement in Britain, as quoted by the Daily Telegraph newspaper about intelligence agency "MI5".
The paper quoted head of the agency Andrew Parker, they were able to in the past months in frustration at least six major plans have Daash attacks, carried out by terrorists of the pro-regulation in Britain, along with the failure of a similar scheme in the seventh overseas.
He said the British official, that the level of alert and warning of "imminent danger" in the system amounted to an unprecedented degree, and that his men are alert around the clock is not personally known since at least 32 years in his career in the device.
Parker confirmed that 4 out of every 5 employees in the device now works permanently only to address the threat posed by Daash and terrorist schemes pointing out that the bulk of the work is the supporters of the organization control permanently, along with interest at about 750 Britain in Syria are fighting in the ranks Organization.
The newspaper quoted British security official, that the biggest problem facing his machine "is the growing threat especially because of the ease with which penetrate the organization and his speech among young people thanks to the communication techniques and the ability to guidance and influence and polarization what make the device turns at times to penetrate the electronic device" to break Secrets and the dismantling of the extensive network of relationships woven by the organization inside and outside the country to hit Britain as widely as possible ", which was compounded by the level of threat and danger, he said.
British official stressed that "the level of threat against Britain, gravity and importance unprecedented in its history," added Parker that it turned into a real war Walker fled, saying: "It is true that we have succeeded in foiling many schemes in Britain itself and abroad, but with the organization of such Daash, never be complacent, and perhaps terrorist crime carried out by the organization in Tunisia against the tourist resort of Sousse, in which 31 were killed Britain, emphasizes the difficulty of the task on the one hand, and the keenness of the terrorist organization to continue to try and planning, and implementation. "
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