Threat from homegrown jihadis ‘reaches unprecedented levels’

Mohammed cartoon protest London, England.

The threat from homegrown jihadis has reached unprecedented levels after ISIS ordered their followers to carry out deadly attacks in Britain rather than Syria, it was claimed today.

The terror group ‘very cleverly switched tactics’ by winding down efforts to lure British extremists to the fight on the frontline, Security Minister Ben Wallace said.

Instead they are throwing their efforts at radicalising people through the internet and ordering them to slaughter fellow Brits in truck attacks at home.

The stark warning comes after dozens of people were murdered and many more injured after four terror attacks in just three months in London and Manchester.