After American-backed offensives in Mosul and Raqqa have seen Islamic State fighters all but wiped out, Israeli intelligence officials warn that the terror group is turning its focus to lone wolf terror attacks in the West, including attacks using poison-laced foods in crowded malls and supermarkets.
The terrorist tactic of “contaminating food could be used on a larger scale in attacks on the West” was also independently confirmed by the Italian news agency ANSA.
Islamic State was allegedly testing various poisons on prisoners in Iraq to come up with deadlier methods of food contamination. “ISIS jihadist could be targeting British and U.S. shops after the terror group perfected their methods using Iraqi prisoners as ‘human guinea pigs’,”
If you thought Islamic State had already come up with every horrific and creative way to hurt people, you were wrong.
Mass migration and demographic shift is making the West more and more vulnerable to Islamist infiltration. With the EU now actively pursuing an open borders policy, Islamic State is using it to infiltrate Europe’s security apparatus.
The shift represents ISIS’s acknowledgment that it is near defeat in terms of holding territory and that its best chance to maintain influence is with foreign ISIS-inspired attacks.
ISIS is looking for a subtle, slow-developing fright to creep into our everyday lives. Should this vile and heinous plan come to fruition, it could be weeks before a particular store or pattern is established, especially given the rarity of cyanide poisonings in our hospitals. By the time a case of such poisoning has been identified, it would be a race against time to determine the source, the affected locale, and the possible products that were used to relay the chemical.
While mainstream media go on a wild goose chase to look for “Islamophobia” after ever-deadlier Islamist terror attacks on Western soil, the Islamofascists are busy devising new ways of causing maximum death and destruction in the West.
Sources: The Jerusalem Post, Truth Revolt, Daily Mail, and BNI