On Thursday, British rebalancing (MI5) moderated the level of “Northern Ireland-related” terrorism alertness.
Official use refers to the risk of attacks by the militia in Northern Ireland in the Northern Great Britain.
British Interior Minister Amber Rudd in his written brief to the London Parliament announced that MI5 had modified its “readiness” to “moderate” the upcoming “major” level of terrorism in Northern Ireland.
The moderate level of preparedness, according to the official definition, means that the counter-terrorism services believe that “possible but not likely” is a terrorist attack that would be followed by groups in Northern Ireland in Britain, Wales, Scotland or Scotland.
In Northern Ireland, which is not part of Britain, but under the sovereignty of the British Crown, it forms the United Kingdom, the second highest “serious” threat of terror is still in place.
In the same way, the second highest, most serious, threatening alert level in Great Britain, which is not the result of Northern Ireland’s terrorist threat.
Amber Rudd, Minister of the Interior, did not specify the exact causes of the moderation of the UK’s level of alertness in Northern Territory, but told only in the transcript sent to the lower house that MI5’s decision was based on “the latest intelligence data”, taking into account factors such as ability, intent and timing “.
Rudd, however, stressed that, despite the change made on Thursday, the “terrorist threat to the United Kingdom” remains “real and serious”. The interior minister asked the population to continue to “watch out” and report to the police regardless of the current level of terrorist activity, if any suspicious activity was detected.
Shortly before the Thursday earthquake in Northern Ireland, on February 10, Mary Lou McDonald was elected new chairman of the largest Catholic party in Northern Ireland, Sinn Féin, which, according to the generally accepted official view, once ruled British government in Northern Ireland armed Irish Republican Army (IRA) as a political wing during the nearly three decades British anti-terrorist militia of the Catholic Militia.
Following the election of Sinn Féin’s new chairman, he made a firm reference to the fact that the armed violence of previous decades has become a thing of the past. In Mary Lou McDonald’s first party speech, he stated that re-fighting the past battles would not create any value, “the war is over,” and the past must never be repeated.
In the horror of the IRA, it is estimated that three thousand people were killed or injured, including seven hundred British soldiers. The armed struggle of the Republican militia was officially closed by the 1998 Good Friday Settlement, but the actual breakthrough occurred in 2007 when the IRA disarmed its armament.
Source: MTI / Picture: mno.hu /