The Brits fear large-scale terrorist attacks with chemicals or gas. After the terror in Berlin before Christmas, German police found a charred piece of paper that contained detailed information about specific chemical terrorist attacks in two towns in England. The Americans have previously warned the British that a Syrian man, a scientist in his 30s, has come to Europe. The man reportedly has had a major role in chemical attacks carried out in Syria. It is feared that he may strike with similar attacks in the West.
Even before the Berlin-terror on December 19, US intelligence warned the British that the Syrian scientist had taken to Europe under the guise of being a refugee. US agents in Europe has been on the trail of the man, but he has gone under the radar, writes BT.
After the terrorist attack in Berlin, German police (over 250 officers) made major raids, including at the former Tempelhof airport, which is now a refugee center. It was here they found the charred piece of paper with information in detail about chemical attacks against two English coastal towns. Daily Express writes that the towns are now under stricter surveillance.
Britain's minister for national security, Ben Wallace, recently warned people and told them to be prepared for a large-scale attack that could include chemical weapons. Meanwhile, the union leader for fire-fighters says that the government is "very concerned" about a chemical attack.
Last year similar warnings came from a Western journalist after he had stayed in the Islamic state. Jürgen Todenhöfer believes that IS could attack Europe through a series of radioactive attacks.
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