Sunday, May 22, 2011

Bin Laden's successor promises to "crush" London in revenge for the death of the leader of Al Qaeda

London .- The new leader of Al Qaeda after the death of Osama bin Laden, Saif al Adel, has vowed to "crush" London in revenge for the death of Bin Laden, as reported by the Daily Mail "Our new leader asked a grand plan for London, "said Taliban spokesman, Ahsan Ahsanulá. "He believes that Britain is the backbone of Europe, and therefore must be crushed," he added.

In response to the increased threat on London, British Transport Police (BTP) is considering the option of allowing agents carry guns on trains in the capital, at stations and on the subway. The transport secretary, Philip Hammond, could announce the plan next week.

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