ISIS army of scientists set to wage chemical

ISIS army of scientists set to wage chemical and biological war on West: Experts warn weapons of mass destruction ‘have been carried undetected’ into European Union

  • ISIS already has smuggled chemical and biological weapons into the EU 
  • The terror organisation has also recruited chemists and physicists 
  • Western governments warned to alert the public about potential attacks
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ISIS has recruited experts with chemistry, physics and computer science degrees to wage war with weapons of mass destruction against the West, a shocking European Parliament report has claimed. 

The terror organisation, according to the briefing document, ‘may be planning to try to use internationally banned weapons of mass destruction in future attacks’.

The document, which was compiled in the aftermath of the deadly attacks on Paris claimed that ISIS has already smuggled WMD material into Europe.  

British police forces have already been training to deal with a potential chemical or biological warfare attackBritish police forces have already been training to deal with a potential chemical or biological warfare attack
Police even have access to Geiger counters, pictured, to help detect any nuclear or radiological material

Experts fear that ISIS will be able to exploit a failure of EU governments to share information on possible terrorists.  

Already, British police forces have been conducting exercises on how to deal with various types of terrorist attack. But the EU report claims that government should ‘consider publicly addressing the possibility of terrorist attack using chemical, biological, radiological or even nuclear materials’.

The report, ISIL/Da’esh and ‘non-conventional’ weapons of terror warns: ‘At present, European citizens are not seriously contemplating the possibility that extremist groups might use chemical, biological, radiological or nuclear (CBRN) materials during attacks in Europe. Under these circumstances, the impact of such an attack, should it occur, would be even more destabilising.’ 

Rob Wainwright, head of Europol said after the attacks on Paris: ‘We are dealing with a very serious, well-resourced, determined international terrorist organisation that is now active on the streets of Europe. 

‘This represents the most serious terrorist threat faced in Europe for 10 years.’ 


Last week, police firearms instructors, pictured, played the part of terrorists mock attack on London