Germany on ‘high alert’ for ISIS CHEMICAL ATTACK on drinking water supplies

Tuesday, January 24, 2017
By Paul Martin

GERMANY’S armed forces are preparing for a chemical attack on the country’s drinking water supplies by Islamic jihadis, a government report warns.

Tue, Jan 24, 2017

Angela Merkel’s government issued a report stating Germany is at “high risk” of chemical attacks by “Islamist-motivated perpetrators”.

The paper, issued weeks after the Islamic State (ISIS) attack on a Berlin Christmas market which killed 12, ordered Germany’s armed forces, emergency services and intelligence agencies to prepare for action in the event of a hazardous attack.

In the report seen by Bild newspaper, it says: “A determined and well-trained terrorist group is likely to be in a position to exploit Germany’s potential chemical hazards in order to stage an attack.”

Islamist jihadis are able to “procure and use large amount of chemicals” and there is a “realistic option” of a chemical attack, the paper says.

The paper warned there is a “high-risk potential” for terrorists to use chemicals to target food and drinking water supplies in large residential buildings as well as attacking infrastructure used in the chemical industry.

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2 Responses to “Germany on ‘high alert’ for ISIS CHEMICAL ATTACK on drinking water supplies”

  1. laura ann

    Muslims are in control and the EU leaders seem to want shiria law in place. Chemicals put in drinking water is just another way to kill off the German infidels so the invaders can move into their houses and occupy the country in comfort. German and other EU males are sissified cowards who will go along to get along even if families are separated and women forced into harems. Stupid indeed.

  2. Robert Edward Lee

    Germans have become PANSYS !!! They need to unite and kick out Merkel and the towel heads.


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