The threat was issued on social media app ‘Telegram’. They even posted the address of Prince George’s primary school
Britain’s Prince George is on the hit list of the Islamic State (ISIS). They have threatened the life of the four-year-old son of Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, who are expecting their third baby.
Islamic State (ISIS) has also made threats against the royal family on the instant messaging app Telegram.
British media reported the scare overnight, with the Daily Star revealing the encrypted messages read: “even the royal family won’t be left alone” and “school starts early,” posted alongside an image of the four-year-old at Thomas’s at Battersea school and the school’s address.
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The message included words from a jihadi song which translate as, “when war comes with the melody of bullets, we descend on disbelief, desiring retaliation”.
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Concerns for the security at the private school have already been raised. Last week, a woman filmed herself breaking in and walking through the corridors unchallenged.
Prince George who is the third-in-line to the British throne, started his term at a primary school near the family’s Kensington Palace home in central London last month. Prince William and Kate Middleton’s first child started at Thomas’ in September. 560 students aged between four and 13 attend the school.
The Metropolitan Police had said it would be reviewing security arrangements at the school following the arrest.
The royal family are yet to respond to the alleged threats.