This is what the Saturday editions of British tablid press is full of.
ISIS's chilling new tactic: Terror group tells British-based fanatics to stay hidden in the UK and wait until they get a signal to attack
- UK jihadis are being ordered by Islamic State to forget travelling to Syria
- Instead, they are being told to stay in Britain and wait for signal to attack
- Orders were sent over the past few days on encrypted messaging sites
- Security sources confirmed they are seeing shift in terror group's tactics
- Warnings add to growing fears of attacks in UK following Paris massacre
- For more of the latest on the Islamic State visit www.dailymail.co.uk/isi
21 November 2015
British jihadis are being ordered by Islamic State to forget travelling to Syria, remain in the UK and wait for a signal to attack.
Days before the Paris massacre, UK-based jihadis were being told of plans for imminent attacks in both France and Britain, messages seen by the Mail Investigations Unit suggest.
They are being advised not to risk travelling to Syria but to stay hidden in Britain until ISIS commanders give ‘the signal’ to strike.
Special forces have been deployed to some of London's landmarks and busiest spots, including the Eurostar
The orders, sent over the past few days on encrypted messaging sites, are almost impossible to verify. But security sources confirmed they are seeing a shift in ISIS tactics.
The warnings will add to growing fears of attacks in the UK following the Paris massacre eight days ago in which 130 people were killed.
The Mail Investigations Unit has been shown messages sent to a radicalised individual in the UK over the past two weeks encouraging would-be fighters to launch terror attacks in Britain.
The UK-based extremists are being asked what weapons they have and how much ammunition.
They are told to stay in contact with ISIS online, and wait for further instructions on where and when to launch attacks.
They are also being advised on how to avoid detection by security services and how to recruit other young people.