Due to liberalised policies towards immigrants especially from Islamic countries, Britain is now under the shadows of Islamic terrorism.
The most recent example of the same is the tragic death of British Conservative MP David Amess who was stabbed to death by an Islamic terrorist.
As per reports, the terror suspect held on suspicion of murdering Sir David Amess is named Ali Harbi Ali.
The 25-year-old, who is a British citizen with Somali heritage, is not thought to have been previously known to the security services.
The investigation into the killing of Sir David is still in its infancy so that could change if new details emerge.
Metropolitan Police officers have been performing searches at three addresses in the London area – one of which has now concluded.
Sir David, the senior Conservative MP for Southend West, was stabbed as he held a weekly constituency surgery at a Methodist church in Leigh-on-Sea, Essex.
The suspect was arrested on Friday at the scene of the attack – and police will be able to keep him in custody until 22 October after being granted a warrant of further detention under the Terrorism Act at Westminster Magistrates’ Court on Saturday evening.
A Whitehall source said the detained man was previously known to the government’s Prevent scheme, which is a programme to stop radicalisation. This detail was first revealed by The Guardian, which said his involvement was short.