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Tuesday, 4 August 2015

We’ll kill soldiers’ wives and families, threaten UK Muslims.

UK jihadis

Muslims have threatened to slaughter British soldiers’ wives and families. The UK Police have issued a social media warning over this (Report by Chris Hughes, Mirror, July 31, 2015).
“We the servants of Allah intend to avenge our peoples by destroying the families of unbelievers in the land of hate,” reads the jihadi threat in a letter from “The Circle of Allah”.
Families of British servicemen have been ordered to stop sharing personal details on social media after extremists threatened to kill a soldier’s wife in a letter send to their home.
Police are investigating a specific threat after Islamist fanatics shoved a sickening note through the door of the serving soldier.
The family is so terrified they are understood to have fled their home.
The letter is entitled “JIHAD – The Holy War For Islam – A warning to the brides of British Soldier Warmongers” and threatens to “destroy the families of unbelievers”.
The full text of the letter reads: “You have been identified as an unbeliever and a bride of a murderer of the servants of Allah in the Holy Land.
Our peoples have suffered at the hands of your husbands who have murdered, killed and raped our women and children. We the servants of Allah intend to avenge our peoples by destroying the families of unbelievers in the land of hate.
You along with many others will pay the price for your husband’s destruction in the Holy Land. We now know where you live and will begin to destroy the unbelievers and their families as they have done to us.”
It is signed off “The Circle of Allah — Avengers Serving Allah”.
The threat was made in Lincolnshire, the county home to nine armed forces bases.

It's about time the British people started to show these murdering bastards that we are not going to take anymore threats from these low life Muslims, we have sat back long enough and let them walk all over us, they they are already taking over our country and now they are talking about murdering British family's. Enough is enough, get a backbone and rise up British people, we have a war to fight and it is a war against Islam, a war against Muslims.

Now Labour send MP to Calais in bid to embarrass 'chillaxing' Cameron into visit.

LABOUR has called on David Cameron to cut short his summer holiday and see the ongoing migrant crisis in Calais with his own eyes.

David Cameron is on holiday as thousands of migrants storm the Channel TunnelGETTY•VANTAGE NEWS
David Cameron is on holiday as thousands of migrants storm the Channel Tunnel
Shadow justice secretary Lord Falconer is due to visit northern France to speak with the Road Haulage Association (RHA) and Eurotunnel officials today - but the Prime Minister is still yet to visit the port.
Aiming to embarrass Mr Cameron into a visit to the Channel Tunnel terminal, a Labour Party spokesman said: "No UK Government minister has visited the Eurotunnel railhead to see first-hand the problems faced by the rail operator because of the failure to get to grips with migrants in northern France."

And the RHA's chief executive Richard Burnett called on the Prime Minister to see what British truckers were facing.
He said: "Without witnessing the mayhem at Calais first-hand, neither the Prime Minister nor his advisers can fully grasp the severity of the situation.
"I have therefore issued an invitation to David Cameron to travel with him across the Channel to see for himself the appalling conditions that drivers are facing."

Lorries have repeatedly been targeted by migrants desperately trying to reach Britain.
The crisis is said to have cost the economy millions of pounds as hauliers are forced to dispose of contaminated goods and wait in lengthy queues on the M20 in Kent.
Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond, who chaired a meeting of Cobra yesterday, insisted the Government has the crisis in hand and said 100 additional guards are on duty at the terminal.
He said: "I think we have got a grip on the crisis. We saw a peak last week, since when the number of illegal migrants has tailed off.
"We have taken a number of measures in collaboration with the French authorities and Eurotunnel which are already having an effect and over the next day or two I would expect to have an even greater effect."
Mr Hammond did not directly address Mr Cameron's absence, due to end on Thursday before he takes further time away from the office.
Following a long meeting of the Government's emergency Cobra committee, the Foreign Secretary said co-operation with the French authorities and Eurotunnel had improved.
He said: "I'm pleased to say we have seen a much improved level of co-operation and collaboration with Eurotunnel over the past 48 hours, with trains being cancelled where appropriate and in some cases trains being reversed back into Coquelles where there is a danger of illegal migrants being on board."
Mr Hammond added: "Finally, we are working very closely with the French authorities on putting together a joint plan to support returns to country of origin by illegal migrants seeking to enter the UK and those who are in the Calais area.
"France and Britain are determined to work together to lead the campaign in Europe for a more robust approach by the European Union to ensuring we get the returns of migrants to their countries of origin."
Thousands of migrants tried to get into the Channel Tunnel in a bid to reach the UKREX
Thousands of migrants tried to get into the Channel Tunnel in a bid to reach the UK today
My town is French, not British
Natacha Bouchart
It comes as riot police fought desperate migrants pulling down fences and attempting to clamber onto trains destined for the UK. 
One officer is in hospital with serious head injuries after he was hit in the face with a stone thrown by a Sudanese man.
The man was arrested and faces criminal charges. 
Natacha Bouchart, the Mayor of Calais, led French demands for a treaty renegotiation that would move back the UK border from Calais to Dover. 
Calling for asylum camps to be set up in the UK, Ms Bouchart said: "The British are imposing their law on our border. 
"My town is French, not British." 
Desperate migrants attempt to storm the Tunnel on a daily basis VANTAGE NEWS
Desperate migrants attempt to storm the Tunnel on a daily basis
The Treaty of Le Touquet, signed in 2003, allowed UK officials to carry out passport checks and other frontier controls in France. 
But former minister Xavier Bertrand agreed with Ms Bouchart that it should be scrapped.
Referring to the Prime Minister, Mr Bertrand said: "Let the migrants go and invite him to conduct whatever policies he wants on his own island."
Mr Bertrand has continually blamed UK labour laws and the black labour market for the Calais migrant crisis. 
There are currently 5,000 migrants sleeping rough in the Calais area, many in the camp known as Jungle II. 
Migrants desperate to enter the UK play a daily game of cat-and-mouse with the French police as they try to storm into the Channel Tunnel. 
Some reports suggest that increasing numbers of migrants have given up on reaching the UK and have settled for a life in France. 
"There is no evidence to suggest that all of those who lead camps in Calais reach the UK," the Prime Minister's official spokeswoman said. 
"Indeed, there is anecdotal evidence to suggest that some will be seeking opportunities elsewhere in France or elsewhere in Europe." 
There were up to 4,000 Tunnel intrusions last week, and nine migrant deaths in the last month, according to Eurotunnel. 
The company which manages the Tunnel also said its security staff has helped stop 37,000 migrants trying to enter Britain this year alone. 
Rail traffic has been severely disrupted, with vehicle gridlock causing delays of up to 12 hours for lorries and holidaymakers
Cameron on holiday on beachGETTY
Cameron is on holiday with his family while the migrant crisis continues to escalate
Referring to the Prime Minister, Mr Bertrand said: "Let the migrants go and invite him to conduct whatever policies he wants on his own island."
Mr Bertrand has continually blamed UK labour laws and the black labour market for the Calais migrant crisis. 
There are currently 5,000 illegal migrants sleeping rough in the Calais area, many in the camp known as Jungle II. 
Migrants desperate to enter the UK play a daily game of cat-and-mouse with the French police as they try to storm into the Channel Tunnel. 
As police figures suggested that as many as seven in ten migrants in Calais may be reaching the UK, Downing Street stressed the figures relating to migrants leaving camps in Calais did not mean they were all succeeding in reaching Britain.
French police plan to cut back on police in Calais despite the escalating numbers of migrantsREX
French police plan to cut back on police in Calais despite the escalating numbers of migrants
Kent Police chief constable Alan Pughsley, who forwarded the data on to the parliamentary Home Affairs Select Committee, said: "They cannot be ascertain whether these migrants leave to go elsewhere in France, or whether they enter the UK.
"Either way, their figures identify a transient migrant population."
He said: "The exact figure is difficult to establish due to the migrants using fake identities or giving false details to Border staff.
"The figures provided by the police and partner agencies can only account for migrants that are actually found during relevant searches. The actual figure of migrants entering the country therefore may be a lot higher." 
As police figures suggested that as many as seven in ten migrants in Calais may be reaching the UK, Downing Street stressed the figures relating to migrants leaving camps in Calais did not mean they were all succeeding in reaching Britain.
Migrants tearing down fenceVANTAGE NEWS
Migrants pulled down fences today in a bid to get into the Tunnel to enter the UK
Kent Police chief constable Alan Pughsley, who forwarded the data on to the parliamentary Home Affairs Select Committee, said: "They cannot be ascertain whether these migrants leave to go elsewhere in France, or whether they enter the UK.
"Either way, their figures identify a transient migrant population."
He said: "The exact figure is difficult to establish due to the migrants using fake identities or giving false details to Border staff.
"The figures provided by the police and partner agencies can only account for migrants that are actually found during relevant searches. The actual figure of migrants entering the country therefore may be a lot higher."
Migrants in Calais VANTAGE NEWS
An emergency Cobra meeting has been called to discuss the migrant crisis
A Downing Street spokesperson confirmed Mr Cameron, who insists he is on top of the Calais crisis, was on holiday and that he would miss the Cobra meeting.
Mr Cameron, who is also due to visit Portugal and Scotland this month, had insisted he would remain "in charge" despite taking three holidays in August. 
The scenes in Calais marked the largest group of migrants for a week who tried to storm the Channel Tunnel.
A number of measures were unveiled after plans to send extra sniffer dogs and fencing to Calais were labelled a "sticking plaster".
Landlords who fail to remove illegal immigrants who do not have the right to live in the UK - or who do not carry out checks on their status before renting out properties - could face up to five years in jail.
The measures will be included in the upcoming Immigration Bill, with the aim of making it more difficult for migrants to live in the UK after their visas have expired or applications for asylum have been rejected.
A consultation will be held on changing rules to remove taxpayer support for more than 10,000 failed asylum seekers living in Britain with their families.
The European Union (EU) has offered funds to help the French government cope with the growing numbers of migrants in Calais. 
EU executive Commission spokesperson Mina Andreeva said: "We can provide technical assistance through the EU agencies and emergency funding" to France."
She said the border incidents are "another stark example for the need for a greater level of solidarity and responsibility" among EU member states.
The Commission wants all member countries to participate in a scheme to relocate thousands of refugees from Greece and Italy. 
Britain has declined to take part.