Proponents of the Islamic State have invented a conspiracy to kill Kate Middleton, poisoning food that he bought at the supermarket, according to a report released on Sunday.
Terrorism fanatics have encouraged each other to manipulate food from the Duchess of Cambridge while communicating to the Telegram messenger application, according to the UK newspaper. Daily Star.
"We know what you eat: poison", read the title of an image that shows the royal king of 37 years with a shopping cart.
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The location of the stores where the computer stores of the mother of three were also shared.
A vile image published in the application threatened Prince George.
The composite image shows the prince who holds the hand of his father, Prince William, and who is next to a militant in the Islamic state that carries the knife under the title: "Rise of the kuffar ", which translates to" unbeliever. "
A source of security told the document that the threats were taken "very seriously."
"It's a repugnant plot because it involves Kate's young children and touches their attempt to live a normal life like any mother wants," said the source.
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Intelligence agents believe that threats are related to messages sent by fanatic of the Islamic state Husnain Rashid, who was jailed in 2017 to encourage the other jihadis to go to Prince George, the source said.
"This is not executed from the Twitter trolling mine. They are messages that are exchanged globally among jihadis that are often deleted very quickly by detailing the attack plans."
Kate recently surprised buyers of Christmas at the discount store The Range in Norfolk. It was also stored in stores of the Waitrose supermarket, also in Norfolk.
This story first appeared in the New York Post and has been published here with permission.