ISIS fanatics have made a chilling threat against Prince George saying: “Even the royal family will not be left alone,” it has been claimed.
The sick extremists allegedly posted a picture of the future King outside his £20,000-a-year school in Battersea, South London on encrypted instant messaging app Telegram with the horrifying message.
Prince George started school in Battersea in September
The school’s address and the comment “school starts early” was also reportedly shared on the app.
The message allegedly also included words from a jihadi song which translate as “When war comes with the melody of bullets, we descend on disbelief, desiring retaliation”.
Daily Star investigators uncovered the vile messages and were told by security experts it was critical to monitor the messaging service.
Telegram has been branded a “breeding ground” for terrorists after ISIS extremists behind the 2015 Paris attacks used the app to spread propaganda.
Threats have been made against Prince George, it has been claimed
The alleged message also contained the address of the Prince’s school
ISIS also used the app to recruit those behind the Christmas market attack in Berlin last year.
Barry Spielman, whose internet surveillance firm Sixgill has been tracking Telegram channels since the start of the year, told the Star: “Now we are seeing explicit threats.
“It seems that as ISIS continues to lose ground in Syria and Iraq, it has stepped up its threats to hit the West.”
This isn’t the first time ISIS have threatened a member of the Royal family.
The alleged message came through on encrypted messenger app Telegram
The extremists are believed to have sent a message threatening Prince George
Just last month a disturbing extremist video challenged Prince Harry to fight jihadis.
In the English-language clip a man, identified as Abu Uqayl, said: “Why don’t you come here and fight us if you’re man enough, so that we can send you and your Apaches to hellfire?”
They also targeted the Queen in 2015.
People working at Prince George’s school, Thomas’s Battersea, have already raised concerns about his safety.
Security is already heavy at the school, but may be reviewed after the threat
Unemployed holistic healer Louise Chantry, 40, was arrested last month after turning up at the school a week after the Prince started.
The private school has liaised with the Met’s SO14 Royalty and Diplomatic Protection Command about security issues.
A Metropolitan Police spokesman said the force was “aware of online extremist content” but would not comment on Prince George’s specific security arrangements.
The threat comes as ISIS’ so-called caliphate in the Middle East crumbles – and the fanatics turn their attention to carrying out attacks in the West.
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