By Walid Shoebat (Shoebat Exclusive)
The Daily Mail has revealed that ISIS has unveiled their latest terror tactic – bombs containing hundreds of live scorpions designed to spread fear among their enemies. But what they missed is the crucial issue, such deviant plans are also intended to be carried out in the United States.
“Canisters packed with poisonous varieties of scorpion are being blasted into towns and villages, which explode on impact – scattering the scorpions and causing panic among the innocent local population” says the Daily Mail.
“ISIS had improvised devices to launch the poisonous creatures in 2ft bombs. Scorpions are robust – even if they are launched a couple of miles, when the canister breaks thousands are flung out and start crawling all around” they added.
But the Daily Mail, typical of western media, fails to connect the dots that such plans comes from the ISIS Manifesto which Shoebat.com were the first to translate from Arabic months ago and are now in effect as we predicted 9/22/2014, mentioning the “Scorpions” 3 months in advance.
But that such plans are not only intended for Iraq or Syria but are to be specifically carried out in the West: “Even Muslims, their blood is permissible to shed regardless so long they live in the United States. The Fatwa sited Al-A’badi from his Al-Jawhara Al-Nayira (The Bright Jewel) #218/2″ (See page 25 in the Fatwa). This is intended first and foremost for the Unites States. Shoebat.com, in fact, were the first to disclose the Scorpion tactic from the ISIS Fatwa itself which stated:
“And so it is allowed to throw at them, that is the Kafirs [unbelievers] with fire, snakes, scorpions while using the catapults. It is also permissible to smoke them, open water on them in order to drown them, destroy their buildings on top of them. Since in the meaning of Tabyeet is that if you kill, do it well …And it is permissible to kill them therefore even if amongst them are women and children since this is included in Tabyeet”
But there is more to this than scorpions. ISIS is after the United States main water supplies and has acquired Islamic jurisprudence and rulings to justify such horror and destruction of major water supplies, dams and rivers:
“Sarkhasi said, quoting Muhammad ibn al-Hasan in his “The Explanation of the Major Hadith” #4111/1:
He said: “There is nothing wrong for Muslims to burn the infidels fortresses with fire, or to drown them with water and poison them and cut off their water, and to make their water bitter by pouring blood and menstrual blood and poison until they spoil it for them because we were ordered to belittle them and to break their unity (ISIS Manifesto quoting Al-Sarkhasi #4111/1:”
And if one thinks this is a joke, watch, this just came in, ISIS polluted the Tigris River by pouring crude oil in it destroying the drinking water supply:
And if one doubts the creative possibilities, eight months ago ISIS blew up a pipeline and polluted the Tigris which had to be set on mass fire:
There is much more to translate from this 26 page document littered with horrific declarations and is strictly pointing to the United States from mass killing to spreading disease to utter destruction of human life.
The data takes pages to provide with all the rulings from the top Muslim jurisprudence, but knowing the American attention span (just wish that their attention span is made where it counts), we reduced it to this (click here) and see the provided training videos to accomplish all this mayhem allowed courtesy of Youtub to ISIS which will soon probably send a Merry X-mass gift in appreciation.
Terrorists striking at water systems is real; indeed, there is a long history of such attacks. Water infrastructure can be targeted directly or water can be contaminated through the introduction of poison or disease-causing agents. The damage is done by hurting people, rendering water unusable, or destroying purification and supply infrastructure. More uncertain, however, is how significant such threats are today, compared with other targets that may be subject to terrorist attack, or how effective such attacks would actually be. Analysis and historical evidence suggest that massive casualties from attacking water systems are difficult to produce, although there may be some significant exceptions. At the same time, the risk of societal disruptions, disarray, and even overreaction on the part of governments and the public from any attack, may be high.
The chance that terrorists will strike at water systems is real but poorly understood by water managers and the public.
As an example of the economic and human chaos even moderate disruption or contamination might cause, an outbreak of Cryptosporidium in Milwaukee in 1993 killed over a hundred people, affected the health of over 400,000 more (MacKenzie et al., 1994; Smith, 1994) and cost millions in lost wages and productivity. That outbreak, completely unrelated to terrorism, gives some sense of the vulnerability of modern water systems to similar undetected, intentionally caused, contamination events.
The typical scenario for a terrorist attack on domestic water supplies involves putting a chemical or biological agent into local water supplies or using conventional explosives to damage basic infrastructure such as pipelines, dams and treatment plants.
A conference, Early Warning Monitoring to Detect Hazardous Events in Water Supplies, held in May 1999 in Reston, Virginia, concluded that terrorist use of bio-weapons can, under some circumstances, pose a significant threat to drinking water. While most biological warfare agents were developed for the purpose of aerial dissemination, some can be effective if digested, and some of these are stable and soluble in water.
No easy estimate of the true risk of water-related terrorism is possible. The fact that there are numerous examples of actual and planned attacks on water systems in the past suggests that the risk is real. And if the Bible needs to remind:
“A third of the waters turned bitter, and many people died from the waters that had become bitter.” (Revelation 8:11).
The day will come when we will tell you “told you so”.