Islamic State is reportedly telling its operatives in the West to carry out terrorist attacks by poisoning food items in supermarkets, Israeli media reports. 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 fanatics could be targeting British and U.S. shops after the terror group perfected their methods using Iraqi prisoners as 'human guinea pigs',” UK newspaper Daily Mail added.
Israeli newspaper The Jerusalem Post reported today:
If you thought Islamic State had already come up with every horrific and creative way to hurt people, you were wrong.
ISIS is now campaigning and providing instructions to its “lone wolf” supporters for carrying out terrorist attacks with poisons in crowded malls, International Institute for Counter Terrorism Deputy Director Eitan Azani told a press briefing on Wednesday.
Azani made the comments along with ICT Director Boaz Ganor ahead of the IDC Herzliya institute’s conference next week on terrorism.
This year alone, Islamic State carried out some 350 terrorist attacks across the world, killing more than 2,200 people. With each attack, Islamic State continues to hone its skills and evolve its strategy of Jihad warfare against the ‘infidel’ West.
According to German intelligence reports that surfaced last month, Islamic State was instructing its followers in the West to sabotage railway tracks to cause heavy casualties.
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.
Nearly 30 former soldiers belonging to the German military, or Bundeswehr, have left Germany to fight for the Islamic State. A further 65 active-duty soldiers were under investigation for alleged Islamist sympathies, according to German media reports published last year.
Islamic State has even managed to penetrate Chancellor Merkel’s ‘Deep State.’ Last November, the German domestic spy agency BfV caught an ISIS agent who had managed to infiltrate the organization. Instead of serving his country, the 50-year-old intelligence officer wanted to kill “infidels” for “the cause of Allah.” Under interrogation, he confessed to the charges of infiltrating the spy agency and passing on information that could have been used carry out a terrorist attack at BfV’s Cologne headquarters.
Other European countries with large Muslim populations, like the UK, France and Belgium, aren’t faring any better.
While mainstream media go on a wild goose chase to look for "Islamophobia" after ever-deadlier Islamist terror attacks on Western soil, the Islamists are busy devising new ways of causing maximum death and destruction in the West.