Panic has gripped the British intelligence and anti-terrorist squads with the revelation by one Hanif Butt, a self-styled recruiter of volunteers for jihad, that there are at least 50 potential suicide bombers in Britain.
Butt also said that he knew both Asif Mohammad Hanif and Omar Khan Sharif, the two suicide bombers who targeted the seafront bar in Tel Aviv.
"The number (of suicide bombers) is getting closer to 50. They are aged 17 to their late 30s," said Butt. He added that at least 20 of the 50 "were absolutely serious". Most of these are from Pakistan and Bangladesh and a few from India as well. Hanif's family was originally from India and Sharif's from Pakistan.
The intelligence fears the possibility of a generation of Islamic killers having grown up in Britain, most having British passports, now being dubbed as passports for murder.