Scotland TERROR warning: Military cadets told not to wear uniform in public

Scotland is not the first Western country to bow to Islamic terror, just the latest. Parents of youngsters in the army, air and sea cadet forces have been issued letters outlining steps to avoid being targeted by jihadis.

Repeat after me: Islam is peace.

Ironically, while the Scots are telling their soldiers not to wear their uniforms in public, police officers can now wear hijab as part of their uniform.

Scotland TERROR warning: Military cadets told not to wear uniform in public

COTS military cadets have been warned not to wear their uniforms in public amid terror attack fears.

By Stephen Wilkie, The Express, April 30, 2017:

Parents of youngsters in the army, air and sea cadet forces have been issued with letters outlining steps to avoid being targeted by extremists.

The letter warns of a serious risk of the cadets – mainly schoolchildren in their teens – being mistaken for regular airmen, sailors or soldiers.
One letter to the parent of a Scottish cadet, reads: “Based on the latest security advice, we recommend all cadets cover up their uniform when travelling to and from cadet activity. Personnel should remain vigilant.”