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British MPs have complained to threats of bombing Syria

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British MPs have complained to threats of bombing Syria

Post by Admin on Fri Dec 04, 2015 12:43 am

Several British parliamentarians expressed receiving threats in connection with the decision to vote for the bombing of the positions of the extremist organization "Islamic State" in Syria.

In particular, the Labour MP Neil Coyle laid tweeted a screenshot message received from another user. He hinted that he is ready to attack the MP, if anywhere he meets. The message is accompanied by a picture of a few knives.

Subsequently, the user can be represented in social networks like Alexis and is listed as a place of residence London removed his tweet. However, the MP appealed to the police. There have already confirmed that they conduct checks on the fact of threats.

British journalists believe that by sending messages with threats of Labour MPs may be involved in the organization of Momentum, which is considered close to the party leader Jeremy Corbin.

Corbin opposed the bombings, but the parties failed to reach a consensus on this matter, after which its leader has allowed MPs to vote at their own discretion. As a result, many Labor Party supported the bombing.

Corbin has distanced himself from the individual members received threats and his party called on all Labour tolerance against party members. Momentum representatives also stated that they have no relation to these threats and do not support them.

Voting on the participation of the UK in an air operation against the IG in Syria took place in the evening on December 3rd. As a result, the Parliament supported the proposal by a majority vote Prime Minister David Cameron to start bombing of the IG.

Prior to that, the British air force more than a year inflicted airstrikes on positions of groups in Iraq, but for the use of aviation and in Syria require a separate resolution of the Parliament. In Russian


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