Laptop reportedly seized from ISIS hideout hints at bio weapons attack | Fox News
ISIS is so well-funded and integrated throughout the world, this is especially chilling.But most chilling were files that indicated the computer's owner, identified as a Tunisian national named Muhammed S. who joined ISIS in Syria after studying chemistry and physics at two universities in Tunisia, was teaching himself how to manufacture biological weapons, in preparation for a potential attack that could have been catastrophic on a global scale. A 19-page document in Arabic included instructions on how to develop biological weapons and how to weaponize the bubonic plague from infected animals.
"The advantage of biological weapons is that they do not cost a lot of money, while the human casualties can be huge," the document states.
The U.K. raised it's terrorism level to severe. There is just no telling where or how many attacks are coming.