British ISIL militants may launch gas attacks in UK’

Written by  Published by:Shiite News
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Monday, 25 May 2015


A former UK military officer warns of chlorine gas attacks by British recruits of the ISIL upon homecoming.

Colonel Hamish de Bretton-Gordon, a former commanding officer of the Joint Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear Regiment, who left the military in 2011, told The Times: “Somebody could go to a waste site where people chuck away fridges and get a whole bunch of these things and blow them up”.

This is while the UK counterterrorism police are reportedly focusing on the “growing threat” of a chemical weapons attack by British members of the ISIL returning from Iraq and Syria.

Bombs laced with chlorine, a substance that is freely available in large quantities in Britain, have become the “chemical weapons of choice” for ISIL terrorists, security experts have warned.

A quarter of the roadside bombs in Tikrit, the city north of Baghdad that was retaken from the terrorist group this year by Iraqi forces, contained chlorine.

The chlorine that can be used in bombs is often found in the cylinder on the back of household fridges, prompting calls for ministers to tighten controls on chlorine sales and waste disposal, according to the Independent.

The chemical can be lethal if inhaled and is strictly controlled in Iraq, but in Britain anyone is allowed to buy 90 tons of chlorine without a license.

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