British passengers have been banned from bringing laptops, tablets and other electronic devices on board of flights from the Middle East and North Africa after a new Qaeda terrorist threat have been issued. According to reports, this new ban will impact More than 2 million passengers that fly on airlines including British Airways, Thomson, Thomas Cook and

Easyjet that will be prevented from taking devices larger than a mobile phone into the cabin. Sources indicate that anyone flying from Turkey, Lebanon, Jordan, Egypt, Tunisia and Saudi Arabia will be required to place electronic devices in their hold luggage, despite concerns they could be stolen or damaged instead of anyone carrying these devices aboard the flight