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ISIS threatens to kill the future King of Britain

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ISIS jihadists have threatened to kill Prince George. A picture of the little prince entering his Battersea school captioned “Even the royal family will not be left alone” was posted on the “channel” of Telegram.

The message also contains lines borrowed from Arabic jihadi song, which translates as, “when war comes with a melody of bullets, we descend on belief, desiring retaliation.”

Since then, Britain’s security agencies have come under immense pressure to avert the potential attack by the ISIS militants. The agencies are striving to maintain strict surveillance on this highly encrypted messaging application.

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These threats have led to a national outcry and people have been expressing their concerns and doubts on Twitter. Among them, the parents of other children and people living in the surroundings of the school are particularly petrified.

The messaging application Telegram was launched in 2013 and since then it is known for hosting thousands of anonymous jihadist and militants’ accounts.

While they have been questioning the insanity of targeting a kid, they have also raised suspicions on the security of Prince George and other children studying in the school.

The messaging application Telegram was launched in 2013 and since then it is known for hosting thousands of anonymous jihadist and militants’ accounts.

Security agencies and officials have dubbed this messaging application as the “breeding ground” for terrorists. Users of this application can read and post messages to the secure encrypted ” channels.”

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This implies that no clue can be traced regarding the location, name and other credentials of the people using the messaging application. Due to its encryption application server, security agencies can’t access messages.

School’s authorities were already criticized for their insufficient security protocol arrangements for Prince George because a woman living in a nearby area, filmed herself roaming freely in the corridors of the schools, just four days before its start.

Since 2015, the security agencies have been forced to block 78 IS-related accounts, but no efforts were made to block other accounts which popped up as their replacement.

The experts of Internet surveillance say the threat merits serious attention from security officials.

School’s authorities were already criticized for their insufficient security protocol arrangements for Prince George because a woman living in a nearby area, filmed herself roaming freely in the corridors of the schools, just four days before its start.


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