Other criticizing Islamist voices have also emerged. Attorney Anjem Choudary, who last week chaired a meeting in London at which extremists claimed the next 9/11 would be in Britain, said Sir Paul had allowed himself to become a propaganda tool for Israel.
“Muslims have every right to be angry at Paul McCartney. How would the world react if he wanted to have a concert in occupied Kashmir?” he asked. >>>>>
Aside from the loosely use of the term Muslim in the title of the linked article; it disturbs me that while Paul McCartney himself is not, nor should be considered a threat; many false-flag opportunists may use McCartney’s threats and possible demise in the future to capitalize on the statements made by Muslims. Practically, if Palestinians can affect little impact by themselves; why would a terrorist make a warning about a covert plan at an event that is bound to have more security than normal? This whole thing does not add up. Expect for those who stand to gain something from this public relations effort.