Coalition Of Terror: Leading Northern Ireland politician claims that ISIS and IRA are working together and will attack the UK soon – TheLiberal.ie – Our News, Your Views
December 10, 2018

Coalition Of Terror: Leading Northern Ireland politician claims that ISIS and IRA are working together and will attack the UK soon

According to a leading politician in Northern Ireland the UK could soon be see another terrorist attack which will be co-ordinated by ISIS and the IRA.

In what many are a calling a ludicrous claim, UKIP Northern Ireland politician David McNarry, says he fully believes an attack will happen because the Islamic terrorist group have learned how to make car bombs by consulting with members of the IRA. Mr McNarry even claims that the new coalition (if you will) will soon be spreading terror throughout UK as both groups have planned a serious of organised throughout the British isles.

McNarry’s strange claims have come to light after he had an interview the UK’s Express newspaper, McNarry told the paper: “(I’ve) spoken to security people, some old timers. What they were most interested in was how ISIS was developing car bombs. “Provos never strapped body bombs to themselves. The people I spoke to were keen to stress it was very likely they had learned how to make car bombs from Provos. These were people I trust.”

The former UUP leader also said he fully believes that an ISIS attack on Britain could be orchestrated by a number of sleeper cells that are currently residing in the 32 counties of Ireland. Mr McNarry further explained: “We have the poorest border in the world. We know that from the old Provo activity. No-one can cross the border better than the IRA. They would cross in the dark of night, commit their dastardly deeds and then go back.”

“Ireland has never lost its criminal society. Terrorism in Northern Ireland was and is criminal activity. But the new threat is ISIS. Terrorism is a shared world and technology and capability will be shared.”

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