Terrorists with links to the Iran-backed militant group Hezbollah have reportedly been caught stashing tons of explosive materials in London.
The amount of ammonium nitrate reportedly found was more than that used in the Oklahoma City bombing” 24 years ago, in which at least 168 people were killed and over 680 others injured. This is merely a warning of more to come. The advancement of jihadists in the UK — and in fact most of the West — was facilitated by Leftist leaders who believe to this day that “multiculturalism” and “diversity,” no matter what their cost, are beneficial to Western interests. That includes suicidal immigration policies. Obama’s appeasement policy and the disastrous Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (Iranian Deal) enabled Iranian proxies to proliferate; Hezbollah has been Iran’s most successful export.
All jihadist groups have been crystal clear about their nefarious motives and ultimate ambitions regarding the conquest of infidels. Their methods include infiltration and murder. Three months ago, Labour party leader Jeremy Corbyn stood up to block efforts by the UK Home Office to ban his “friends” Hezbollah from the UK.
HEZ BOMB PLOT London terrorists linked to Iran had secret bomb factory with stockpile of TONS of explosives before plot smashed by MI5,” by Jon Lockett, The Sun, June 9, 2019:
TERRORISTS with links to the Iran-backed militant group Hezbollah have reportedly been caught stashing tons of explosive materials in London.
It’s claimed radicals stockpiled thousands of ice packs containing ammonium nitrate at a secret bomb factory on the outskirts of the capital.
The Daily Telegraph reveals officers from MI5 and the Metropolitan Police uncovered the terrifying plot in the autumn of 2015.
Three metric tonnes of ammonium nitrate – a common ingredient in homemade bombs – was said to have been discovered.
The paper reports that is more than the amount used to in the horrific Oklahoma City bombing that killed 168 people and devastated hundreds of buildings.
Four properties were raided in North West London and a man in his forties was arrested on suspicion of plotting terrorism before being released without charge.
One source said the plot was “proper organised terrorism”. Another added that enough explosive materials were stored to do “a lot of damage”.
The covert operation was reportedly launched after a tip off- which the Telegraph understands came from a foreign government.
MI5’s intelligence investigation is understood to have lasted months was part of an effort to disrupt the plot and also get an insight into what Hezbollah was plotting.
However, there was no evidence that the UK was to be target of any bomb attacks, it’s reported.
A UK intelligence source said: “MI5 worked independently and closely with international partners to disrupt the threat of malign intent from Iran and its proxies in the UK.”
The news comes amid mounting tensions between Iran and the west and after Home Secretary Sajid Javid announced a blanket ban on those with links to Hezbollah.
In February, he ruled all UK supporters of the Iran-backed group will face up to 10 years in prison.