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Intelligence Report: ISIS have seized ‘enough radioactive material to build their first WMD’

21st Century Wire says…

Where have we heard this one before?

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According to an Australian intelligence report, ISIS militants have seized ‘enough radioactive material to build their first WMD’.

The materials are believed to have come from hospitals and research centers.

Experts believe the group’s major operations usually coincide with the month of Ramadan, to mark the festival. Moreover, the one year anniversary of the group’s activities is also thought to be reason for a potential escalation.

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Are you concerned these guys may have WMDs? (Photo)

The obvious problem here is that we have heard this story all too often. Most remarkably in the run up to the Iraq war, with the ridiculous claim that Saddam could hit London in 45 minutes with his non-existant WMDs.

Is it possible that ISIS could have acquired ‘dirty’ materials from hospitals and research facilities? Absolutely.

Is it possible that ISIS could combine these materials with crude explosives to create a dirty bomb? Absolutely.

Is it possible that ISIS could then use such a weapon against a Western state? Absolutely not. They lack the required physical and technical capability.

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Global threat? (Photo)

ISIS would be incredibly stupid to deploy WMD style weaponry, this is what would quite literally guarantee a boots-on-the-ground, and take-no-prisoners, intervention from NATO.

With experts now saying that most terrorist attacks are indeed false flag attacks, such a move would only benefit the military industrial complex who would profit hugely from the kind of intervention just described.

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Isis’s dirty bomb: Jihadists have seized ‘enough radioactive material to build their first WMD’

The Independent

The Isis militant group has seized enough radioactive material from government facilities to suggest it has the capacity to build a large and devastating “dirty” bomb, according to Australian intelligence reports.

Isis declared its ambition to develop weapons of mass destruction in the most recent edition of its propaganda magazine Dabiq, and Indian defence officials have previously warned of the possibility the militants could acquire a nuclear weapon from Pakistan.

According to the Australian foreign minister, Julie Bishop, Nato has expressed deep concerns about the materials seized by Isis from research centres and hospitals that would normally only be available to governments.

Continue reading the full story on The Independent

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