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The Most Deadly Terrorist Jihadist

Updated on August 27, 2013
PETN breast implants
PETN breast implants

The reason for the worldwide alert for a possible terrorist attack is twofold: First, in the past month hundreds of devout radical al-Qaeda affiliated prisoners escaped from prisons in several Middle East countries with inside help. Many feel that these men will seek retribution against America and other western countries in some fashion. It makes sense. However, the second part is really the worse type of terrorist suicide bomber ever, one that there is no detection for.

This new type of suicide bomber has long been suspected and worrisome because the bomb is implanted into the human body behind the intestinal tract or in a woman's breast. Plastic devices without metal components carried in this way would be undetectable by standard screening devices like those used at most international airports. Doctors and surgeons in Yemen, working for Al Qaeda, have opened the abdominal cavity and implanted the explosive device among or behind the bomber’s internal organs.

The various types of intel intercepts have reported how Al Qaeda is unstoppable using this method. That is another reason for the alert. A senior US official described the terrorists as saying the planned attack is “going to be big” and “strategically significant.” US agencies are concerned that even three or six suicide bombers with undetectable implanted devices would not be caught in time to prevent them form detonating their devices in a coordinated attack on three or more continents. This might signal a general time for other cells to conduct attacks. British intelligence service, MI5, have discovered that Al Qaeda female suicide bombers are getting explosive charges inside their breasts similar to breast implants except using pentaerythritol tetranitrate, also known as PETN, one of the most powerful explosives in existence. If ignited, it would blow a hole in the side of an airliner!

The US closed 22 embassy's and many other countries followed the same course. Of course, the targets are probably not just American, but any pro-West governments in the Middle East or Europe.

No one knows just how many of these new suicide bombers exist, but it only takes one to be a success in bringing down an airliner with 300 passengers, or in a subway train, etc. Because these bombers cannot be detected by the usual detection machines because there is no metal used in plastic explosives, if hidden behind the abdomen, the screener would never see an odd shape.

Pretty scary.


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    • perrya profile imageAUTHOR


      5 years ago

      Thanks, this was one of the scary ones.

    • lions44 profile image

      CJ Kelly 

      5 years ago from Auburn, WA

      Perry, as always, you both enlighten and frighten. Great stuff.

    • tirelesstraveler profile image

      Judy Specht 

      5 years ago from California

      So T.S.A. is totally ineffective, but are getting more and more power.

    • maxoxam41 profile image


      5 years ago from USA

      SCARY... Are you joking? Doesn't it bother you that the bad news always comes from puppet countries? British intelligence is our ally, would they dare challenge us? Obviously not. American and British interests are common. Did you forget that they both deposed Mossadegh for economical greed?


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