Though thousands of miles away from the pubs of London, the Israeli-Palestinian conflict -- resulting in Israel's recent invasion of the Gaza Strip -- is posing a threat to Brit songstress Amy Winehouse and super producer Mark Ronson, both Jews who have become a "terror target" by Islamic extremists, UK paper The Sun reports [via NME.com].
The two are among other prominent British citizens of Jewish decent named on Ummah.com, a Islamist website, on which one user, Saladin1970, called for users to help collect "a list of top Jews we can target" before offering readers a link to the Power 100 list of top British Jews. Another user, Abuislam, asks: "Have we got a list of top Jews we can target? Can someone post names and addresses?"
The report follows an announcement by Al-Qaeda chief, Ayman al-Zawahiri, who called on Muslims just yesterday to attack Western and Israeli targets "wherever you can."
The list also includes The Apprentice's Sir Alan Sugar and British Foreign Secretary David Miliband.
"The Ummah website has been used by extremists," British anti-terror expert Glen Jenvey told The Sun. "Those listed should treat it very seriously."