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Three arrested in Pakistan with ISIS propaganda and London maps over planned 7/7 anniversary attack
Terror: Three ISIS fanatics have been arrested in Pakistan over fears they were planning a terror attack no British soil on the 10th anniversary of the July 7 bombings (pictured)
- Trio could have been planning terror attack on British soil, sources claim
- Documents threatening Pakistani army seized but no weapons were found
- 52 people killed in a succession of bomb blasts in London on July 7, 2005
- Security on international flights out of Pakistan has now been tightened
Three ISIS fanatics have been arrested in Pakistan over fears they were planning a terror attack no British soil on the 10th anniversary of the July 7 bombings.
Maps of London and ISIS propaganda were found on their computers during a police raid on a shop in Peshawar, north-west Pakistan.
Documents threatening Pakistan’s army were also seized but no weapons were discovered.
Pakistani news websites have named them as Asmatullah and Abdur Rehman – two Afghan nationals – as well as Mohammad Ibrahim.
Security checks on international flights out of Pakistan have been tightened to prevent terrorists wreaking havoc in the UK next week, ten years after a series of explosions killed 52 in London, sources told the Mirror.
A spokesman for Pakistan’s interior ministry said checks had been intensified, adding: ‘The aim is to secure airports.’
A senior officer of Peshawar police told MailOnline: ‘It was a joint operation by military intelligence and local police over a tip-off that certain elements are involved in anti state activities.
Mohammad Saeed added: ‘When we raided the Urmur area of Peshawar, three persons were arrested along with ISIS pamphlets and other Jihadi literature.