ISIS fanatics plan to kill the duchess of Cambridge by poisoning food they buy in the supermarket

ISIS fanatics plan to kill the duchess of Cambridge by poisoning food they buy in the supermarket

  • ISIS encouraged supporters to mess with Kate Middleton's food
  • They also shared locations where Duchess of Cambridge goes shopping
  • In one image, the 37-year-old with a red X is shown on a shopping cart with the caption: "We know what she eats – poisoning! & # 39;

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ISIS extremists have threatened killing Kate Middleton by poisoning the food she buys at the supermarket.

The threats against the Duchess of Cambridge are focused on the messaging service of Telegram and encourage fanatics to mess with her food.

In one image, the 37-year-old with a red X is shown on a shopping cart with the caption: "We know what she eats – poisoning! & # 39;

ISIS has also revealed at which locations Kate Middleton is shopping and has threatened to poison her food. Pictured: Kate Middleton returning from shopping at Tesco in 2007

ISIS has also revealed at which locations Kate Middleton is shopping and has threatened to poison her food. Pictured: Kate Middleton returning from shopping at Tesco in 2007

Additional threats have been made against her son Prince George and information about where she is going to shop.

The messages are very seriously & # 39; taken, as reported by the Daily Star Sunday.

One source told the newspaper: "Intelligent agents believe that the threats against Kate are not unused and are linked to messages sent by Husnain Rashid.

It is a disgusting plot because it concerns Kate's young children, and touches her attempt to live a normal life as any mother wants. & # 39;

ISIS fundamentalists also made threats against the son of the Duchess of Cambridge, Prince George

ISIS fundamentalists also made threats against the son of the Duchess of Cambridge, Prince George

ISIS fundamentalists also made threats against the son of the Duchess of Cambridge, Prince George

Husnain Rashid was jailed for life with a minimum of 25 years for inviting ISIS supporters to attack Prince George.

The 32-year-old used a Telegram chat group to encourage followers to focus on the heir to the throne.

Rashid, from Lancashire, placed a photograph of the prince at his school, laid with silhouettes of two masked jihad fighters.

During his trial in May 2018, prosecutor Annabel Darlow informed the court that Rashid gave the Telegram group a picture of the young prince, in which he said: "Even the royal family will not be left alone."

He added: "School starts early."

Rashid also made suggestions of which terrorists of the British football stadium could strike after the deadly attack outside Besiktas's terrain in Turkey.

And besides, he planned to inject ice with poison.

Kensington Palace has been contacted for comment.

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