British newspaper ‘The Times’ reveals that ISIS have been conducting chemical experiments on captives and prisoners similar to what the Nazis done in Germany.
The report said that ISIS was making chemical weapons using the advanced laboratories at the Mosul University. Terrorists have found no way to test these weapons except on the detainees.
The Iraqi forces found documents indicating that ISIS subjected the prisoners to chemical compounds consisting of pesticides, nicotine and other harmful substances - which are widely available in the markets.
These substances are considered ideal poisons because their effects are difficult to detect. They also do not cause death instantly, rather taking days to kill a person.
The threat of chemical weapons possessed by the militants has not reached its peak yet. The paper warned that ISIS has more toxic materials, which they might plan to target Western countries with.
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