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Driverless Car Bomb Plot Shows The Threat From ISIS Supporters

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Driverless Car Bomb Plot Shows The Threat From ISIS Supporters Who Are Unable To Fight Abroad

The Independent

Analysis: Preventing jihadis from wreaking death and chaos abroad is having consequences at home

by Llizzie Dearden

An Isis supporter who attempted to create a driverless car bomb is the latest terrorist to plot an attack on the UK after failing to join Isis abroad.

British security services have been heavily criticized for allowing at least 900 men, women and children to leave for Syria and Iraq since 2014.

The flow of jihadis has dried up since the UK and international partners increased efforts to intercept anyone attempting the journey and prosecute them for terror offenses.

Read more: https://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/home-news/isis-attacks-uk-plot-farhad-salah-syria-prevent-threat-a9005886.html