BIRMINGHAM, ENG. - After reports that the United States has killed Bin-Laden, many thought that the Taliban and Al-Qauda would fall.
However, they were mistaken.
Just a few hours ago, three separate bombs exploded in the British city of Birmingham in the Central Library, Birmingham International Airport Terminal Two and the M6 Junction 6, known as Spaghetti Junction.
The attack on Spag Junct has caused chaos for road users, as it links to all major motorway routes in the country, not to mention the 300 dead, 1000 injured and the area literally crumbling to the ground.
All flights to Wales, West Midlands, and East Midlands have been cancelled. The attack on Birmingham International (IATA: BHX) T2 has caused hundreds of deaths, with many more missing.
The bomb in the Central Library hit at the peak of human traffic, killing 100 in the blast area, and killing more because of the debris of the building being thrown over a 12 sq. km area.
Intelligence from the United States reveals that there was Al-Qauda operatives hidden within Birmingham, to attack when 'Mr. Big [Bin-Laden] kicks the bucket' according to a note found in the compound where Bin-Laden was found.
A statement released to the Al-Jazeera network by Al-Qauda states that: "...no-one can point to it [Birmingham] on a map. We've done it a favour. Also, a Spagetti Junction explosion would ... disrupt the shipment of supplies across the pigdog country.'
The entire West Midlands Police Counter-Terrorism unit - all five members - have identified three South Asian males that had spent bomb eqipment on their persons - one for each site.
The May Day bombings have marked the first time in 6 years that an al-Quada terrorist attack has taken place on European shores.
President Obama said that: "The American people, and I, wish the people of Birmingham, England, many condolences. Just because the head is gone, does not mean that body still can't move."
David Cameron, UK Prime Minister, has said that the threat level has been ugraded to 'Critical', and is sending aid to Birmingham.
One resident said that she 'felt the ground try to swallow her'.
"I was walking to the Bullring (1km from the Cen. Library), when I heard a giant bang. The earth seemed to shake, and rocks started to fall from the sky. I hid in a HMV store until it stopped raining. The street was full of blood."
The city has been placed on lockdown, after several more plots to attack other areas were foiled, including one to attack a gun-making factory, where more than half of the world's bullets are made.
The nation is bracing itself for more horrors, as the government are starting a full-on probe.