Yes, here’s a status update and a status confirmation and so now I think that it’s your move, dear Prime Minister. If I may be so bold I have a suggestion:
In your upcoming cabinet reshuffle ditch William Hague and make a clean break with his support for AL CIA DA and their works, as chronicled below. Yes, let him travel over to Syria and blow himself up. That’s fine – so long as he does it in some isolated spot, away from anyone or any useful buildings.
Then appoint a foreign secretary with the integrity of the late Robin Cook – nothing less will do.
British Extremists Use Syria as Training Ground before Returning Home.
- British Home Secretary Theresa May warned that extremists “of a Jihadi mindset” are using the Syrian crisis “as a nursery” before returning to Britain as trained terrorists.
- “What we have seen for some time now, is that a number of British people traveling out to Somalia, we’re now seeing people travel out to Syria,” May said on BBC 1’s Andrew Marr Show on Sunday.
- She said they are receiving live training in the Syrian conflict and then returning home to Britain. May added that many of them are already considered to be possible terrorists by UK security services.
- While such members of the Syrian opposition have previously been called “foreign fighters,” May said she viewed them as “potential terrorists, some of whom will be of a jihadi mindset”.
- May’s comments come just days after Syrian Foreign Minister Walid Muallem told the UN General Assembly that “terrorists from more than 83 countries” are operating in Syria, killing Syrian soldiers and civilians.
- In March, the British Home Office’s annual report titled ‘The United Kingdom’s Strategy for Countering Terrorism’ highlighted a similar threat.
- “There are now hundreds of foreign fighters from Europe in Syria. And when UK residents return here there is risk that they may carry out attacks using the skills that they have developed overseas,” the report said.
- As the crisis continues in Syria – more than two years after it first began – the Home Office still does not believe the country is safe from ‘home-comers.