With the major American holiday being celebrated today, you can expect to see terrorist threats from radical Islamists, according to Rita Katz and her SITE group.
Don’t forget that it was Katz that brought us all those videos of IS headchoppers that were utterly fraudulent, complete fakes, propaganda designed to introduce a new, terrifying bogey man to the US public and scare them into backing the proxy war in Syria and Iraq against ‘Islamic State’.
Therefore, we can only conclude that this ‘prediction’ is yet more Zionist claptrap and should any attack(s) occur, it is likely they are just more false flags designed to further demonise Islam.
According to the Daily Mail, an ISIS-linked Twitter account is warning attacks may occur on Independence Day weekend:
A pro-ISIS twitter account has threatened attacks at London Heathrow, LAX and New York’s JFK airports over the July 4 holiday weekend.
The account said that attacks would be carried out on planes ‘flying from Heathrow [Airport] to the US’ and warned that ‘there will be a device placed in either Heathrow, LAX or JFK airports.’
The threat was revealed by SITE Intelligence Group – the world’s leading non-governmental counterterrorism organization – on its website.
The group is directed by founder Rita Katz, who has tracked and analyzed global terrorism and jihadi networks for nearly two decades.
She is well-recognized as one of the most knowledgeable and reliable experts in the field and has received special recognition from FBI Director Robert Mueller for her ‘outstanding assistance to the FBI in connection with its investigative efforts.’
This comes as authorities in the US brace themselves for a weekend of traffic chaos as it was revealed that up to 43 million people will be travelling across the country for Fourth of July weekend.
Huge firework displays will take place across the nation, as well as concerts and family fun days.
On Thursday, the FBI said there are no specific or credible security threats against the United States known to law enforcement heading into the Fourth of July weekend.