A man stabbed three persons in an east London metro station on Saturday evening, reportedly screaming “this is for Syria,” before police used a stun gun on the attacker and detained him.
A knifeman screamed “This is for Syria” while stabbing three persons in a terrorist attack on the London Underground on Sunday.
A stabbing at a Leytonstone station, east London is being treated as a “terrorist incident”, the Met Police has said.
Scotland Yard declared they were treating the attack, which happened on Saturday at Leytonstone station, east London, as “a terrorist incident”.
This is the first terrorist attack on British soil since the murder of fusilier Lee Rigby on May 22, 2013.
Mobile phone video showed attacker appearing to attack a man as police arrived on the scene carrying Tasers.
British lawmakers on 3 December launched airstrikes on Syria after UK Parliament approved the bombing of Islamic State targets in Syria .
Britain is on its second-highest alert level of “severe,” meaning a militant attack is considered highly likely.
European Intelligence agencies and US security expert said that they have gathered specific intelligence about Britain to be ISIS next target