‘No surprise’ if terrorists strike Britain before Christmas” as 20,000 Muslim terrorists roam the streets says former anti-terror chief

A security gate and concrete barriers at Manchester’s Christmas Market serve as a terrible reminder that Muslim settlers are bent on the mass murder of local citizens during the festive season.

‘An attack could happen at any time’: Former anti-terror chief says there should be as he warns 20,000 extremists currently roam our streets

A terrorist attack in Britain over Christmas is likelier than ever as around 20,000 extremists roam the country’s street, a former anti-terror chief has warned.

Chris Phillips, who was once head of the National Counter Terrorism Security Office, has said there should be ‘no surprise’ if terrorists strike before December 25.

His warning comes after ISIS propaganda threatening to attack Christmas shoppers on Britain’s High Streets.

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