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[UK] Sheffield arrests over 'alleged UK Christmas terror plot'
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Quote:Sheffield arrests over 'alleged UK Christmas terror plot'

'Action has been taken against an alleged Islamist terror plot in the UK that could have
happened at Christmas, counter terrorism sources say.

Four men were arrested early on Tuesday in South Yorkshire and Derbyshire.
An Army bomb disposal team cordoned off a street in Chesterfield where a 31-year-old man
was arrested. Nearby homes were evacuated.

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Three other men aged 22, 36 and 41 were arrested in the Burngreave and Meersbrook areas
of Sheffield. All four suspects were detained on suspicion of being concerned in the commission,
preparation or instigation of acts of terrorism under Section 41 of the Terrorism Act 2000.

They have been taken to a police station in West Yorkshire for questioning.
The cordon in Chesterfield was later lifted.

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Fatima Community Centre.

The cordon around one of the properties -the Fatima community centre on Brunswick Road in Burngreave
-was extended on Tuesday afternoon and the bomb disposal unit is an attendance.
A large number of police vehicles and officers were outside the two-storey building.
The main door appeared to be broken on the ground.

Five raids at houses took place on Tuesday at:

Shirebrook Road in Meersbrook, Sheffield
two addresses in Burngreave, Sheffield -including Fatima Community Centre on Brunswick Road
a house on King Street North in Chesterfield
an address in Stocksbridge
Four men were arrested -all at their home addresses.
one in Chesterfield
two in Burngreave
one in Meersbrook

A neighbour in Shirebrook Road, Sheffield, reported hearing "an enormous bang" as one of the raids
took place at 05:30 GMT on Tuesday. Carol Perry, who lives two doors from the scene, said: "I was asleep
and then I was woken suddenly... and the house shook.
"My immediate thought was that it was an earthquake."

A spokeswoman from Counter Terrorism Policing North East said: "The public may have heard a loud bang
at the time as police entered one of the properties, but it was not an explosion.
"[We] would like to reassure them that it was part of the method to gain entry to the property."

Retired Joan Miller, 63, who lives opposite the run-down house, said she looked out of her window to see
many plain-clothed armed officers in the street. Ms Miller said: "[There] was very loud bang. It shook the house.
"I pulled the curtains and saw lots of armed men in the street, so I kept watching because that was quite extraordinary."

She said the officers shouted "very abruptly" for people to stay in their homes.
Elizabeth Fogarty, who lives across the road from the house in Meersbrook, said: "I've only recently moved up from London.
"One of the reasons we moved up north to Sheffield is because we felt quite nervous living in London with all the terrorist
attacks taking place."...'
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There's a politically-correct analysis at the bottom of the page where the BBC corespondent assures the reader that
arrests doesn't equate to guilt. So once again in the BBC world, the bomb disposal team and the Police might be wrong
because of racial reasons!

But... Trump was wrong, huh?!


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Thank goodness they stopped it before something terrible happened.  Things like this always ramp up during the holidays. "They" want to make people as miserable as possible.
I'm convinced these people pulling the strings are possessed... by what remains the question.  Is it a Reptilian 'walk-in', or a demon?   tinybighuh




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(12-19-2017, 10:53 PM)Mystic Wanderer Wrote: Thank goodness they stopped it before something terrible happened.  Things like this always ramp up during the holidays. "They" want to make people as miserable as possible.
I'm convinced these people pulling the strings are possessed... by what remains the question.  Is it a Reptilian 'walk-in', or a demon?   tinybighuh

The muslim religion is full of hate for anything that it sees as different. But Europe is starting to wake up to the danger
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Be interesting to know more. It appears the Fatima community center claims it helps keep people away from extremism, so.. either that is a front and some there are building bombs, or they were the target of an attack - to which police caught in time and did a controlled explosion of a bomb others planted there. .

Glad no one was hurt, regardless.
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