ISIS and their followers worldwide have been using a variety of weapons to kill infidels. Radical Islamic terrorists have used guns, bombs, cars, trucks, and knives in their attacks. Recently, however, counter-terrorism experts learned that ISIS is developing a new strategy.
What are they planning now?
According to reports, ISIS is testing the effectiveness of chemical weapons on humans.
The Islamic State group conducted experiments where they added poisons to the food and water they give their prisoners.
“Security forces now fear the Islamist group may hatch a plot to contaminate Western food supplies with formulas that quickly dissolve in liquid.”
Documentation of experiments was found after the Mosul University was recaptured from IS fighters. They describe how one victim was fed thallium sulphate, a colourless, tasteless salt that can be dissolved in water. As a result, the victim suffered a fever, nausea, as well as swelling of the stomach and brain before he died ten days later.
ISIS described the chemical as an “ideal lethal poison”. The documents indicated that they had enough of the chemical “to fill demands”.
Other documents, however, indicated that terrorists injected a nicotine-based compound into another victim who passed out within seconds only to die hours later.
Since the re-taking of Mosul University, it is believed that the ISIS chemical weapons program has been moved to Raqqa, Syria.
Allen B. West reports:
Most who are paying attention have seen President George W. Bush’s prophetic warnings from 2007 wherein he laid out the case that, despite liberals’ calls for it, a complete troop withdrawal from Iraq would lead to the formation of a terror network even worse than al-Qaeda. We now know that network as ISIS.