ISIS terrorist nuts will be seeking to celebrate the murder of 52 Brits in London as they plot attacks to mark the anniversary of 7/7.
Twelve years ago tomorrow jihadi suicide bombers coordinated a bloody assault on the London Underground and a double decker bus.
Four terrorists detonated bombs across the city just days after London won the right to hold the 2012 Olympics.
When the smoke cleared, 52 people were dead and 784 injured in one of the most brutal attacks ever to hit Britain.
Terror experts fear “superstitious” ISIS jihadis will attempt to celebrate the anniversary of 7/7.
ISIS expert Kyle Orton, from the Henry Jackson Society, told Daily Star Online the cult feel the 7/7 bombings are “theirs” and could be seeking an attack.
Meanwhile, White House assistant to US President Donald Trump terror academic Sebastian Gorka told this website “dates matter” to ISIS.
Jihadis have form for marking important terror dates in the UK, with a number of plots hatched to coincide with anniversaries of attacks by Islamic terrorists.
ISIS attacked the Ariana Grande concert at the Manchester Arena, killing 22, on the fifth anniversary of the murder of brave fusilier Lee Rigby who was butchered in the street in Woolwich.
This week, it emerged Haroon Ali Syed plotted to bomb an Elton John concert on the anniversary of the 9/11 attacks.
July 7 was targeted by ISIS-inspired couple Sana Khan and Mohammed Rehman, who plotted to mark the tenth anniversary of the Tube attacks with another bombing in London.
Mr Orton told Daily Star Online said: “ISIS are incredibly superstitious obviously, so signs and dates and such means a lot to them.”
He added: “ISIS really do claim the al-Qaida history and the Osama bin Laden period as there own. They claim they are carrying forward the real al-Qaida message and al-Qaida has deviated.
“July 7 is something they will feel is ‘theirs’ in some way, so I assume the security around it will be very high. But they might risk it. If they can ‘mark’ it, they will.”
Meanwhile, Mr Gorka from the White House – who declined to comment on 7/7 specifically – explained ISIS’s obsession with dates and symbolism.
He said: “Terrorism is only in part about death and destruction. It is also, more importantly, about sending a message.
“September 11 was the anniversary of the greatest defeat of Islamic forces outside the gates of the city of Vienna Austria.
“In the West we have lost our sense of history’s significance, our enemies have not.”
ISIS have launched an assault on Britain this year, with three terrorist attacks in as many months – two in London and one in Manchester.
The jihadi cult declared “war” on the UK following the Westminster Bridge attack carried out be terrorist nut Khalid Massod.
Terrorists circulated images of the city aflame, and MI5 and cops have been frantically working to bust any terror ring plotting in Britain.
Britain’s current terror level is severe – meaning an attack is “highly likely”. – StarOnline
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