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IN Lifestyle ON 23 Jun, 2015
ISIS is currently into developing a driver free to plan bomb attacks in the west and also crafting sophisticated new missiles that will be capable of downing passenger aeroplanes. Mannequins with a thermostat are being made to be fitted in the cars to mislead the heat detectors and also working on such missiles to take down an entire passenger jet.
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ISIS is working day and night on its new bomb, a driver-free car that will carry out spectacular attacks on the western world.
Experts and scientists from corners of the world are being consulted and employed by the terror group for this operation.
Students from the 'Jihadi University' situated in the Syrian city of Raqqa are also joining the operation and are working on remote-controlled cars which will be used as mobile bombs.
On another note, the ISIS is also involved in modifying defunct missiles, enabling them for downing an entire passenger jet and even military aircraft, which has shocked the western intelligence bureau.
Former UK special forces soldier and advisor, Chris Hunter, reports that he was shocked after seeing the use of advanced technology revealed from the footage. He states: "What we've seen with their typical propaganda videos is they're very, very high quality. They're designed, they're produced to inspire people and prospectively touch the nerves of anybody who is viewing them; they're done in a very specific way.With this training footage it's very clearly purely designed to pass on information – to pass on the progress in the research and development areas – and it gives us a very good insight into where they are now, what they're aspiring to do and crucially the diversity of the types of threats we might face. I would say it is an intelligence gold mine."
The film clips reveal that the IS have successfully created a fully working driver-free car that can cause horrifying damages to the targeted areas if filled with explosives. The use of mannequins will help the terrorists to be able to save their lives and causing explosions altogether.
The use of heat-seeking warheads can attack passenger and military planes. The scientists of ISIS have been successful in making Thermal batteries.
The information was testified by an IS defector himself. He confirmed this programme and said 'Videoing and documenting this training programme was meant for Europe to cause huge damage. 'But doing such a programme and documenting it was meant to target a large number of people and in more than one location, of course, it wasn't meant either for Syria or Iraq.'