And they’ve plenty of potential prospects to be groomed in the future….
Suspected British terror cell arrested last week ‘were groomed by the ISIS commanders who plotted Berlin Christmas market massacre’
Six people were arrested on suspicion of terrorism offences in series of morning raids across England. Police are pictured in a street in Derby where some of the arrests took place
- Six people were arrested on suspicion of terrorism offences in raids across UK
- They reportedly might have been groomed by ISIS leaders behind Berlin attack
- Terror group has claimed responsibility for the Christmas market massacre
Members of a suspected British ISIS terror cell arrested last week might have links to the organisers of the Berlin Christmas market massacre, it was claimed last night.
The five men and one woman arrested in dawn raids could have been groomed by the ISIS commanders behind the attack, which claimed 12 lives and wounded 48, the Sun reported.
Sources last week said the group may have been planning to bomb a shopping centre in the run up to Christmas in a plot linked to ‘international-related terrorism’.