Islamic State's new weapon – 'AIDS Bomb'

Having turned large parts of Syria and Iraq into a battlefield, the Islamic State has drawn up a even sinister plan – 'AIDS Bomb'.

Last Updated: Aug 21, 2015, 14:09 PM IST
Islamic State's new weapon – 'AIDS Bomb'

Istanbul: Having turned large parts of Syria and Iraq into a battlefield, the Islamic State has drawn up a even sinister plan – 'AIDS Bomb'.

The Kurdish Syrian ARA news reported that Islamic State leadership has plans to send 16 of its fighters on suicide missions after they were tested positive for AIDS.

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Most of the 16 men are foreign fighters and were infected after they had sexual intercourse with two Moroccan women.

Fearing execution, the two women have reportedly escaped to Turkey.

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The infected men are currently being kept in isolation at a quarantine center in the city of Shaddadi in Hasakah province of Syria even as preparations are under way to use them as suicide bombers.

Earlier, there was a report of a similar spread of AIDS in Islamic State fighters after an Indonesia fighter passed the disease to a sex slave who was later sold on. He had also donated blood for transfusion.

He was executed in June.

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Following the incidents, the Islamic State has ordered AIDS screening for their troops. Anyone found infected will have only mission – blow himself up!

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