ISIS using suicide bomber chickens?

ISIS, suicide bomber, chickens
ISIS, suicide bomber, chickens

Just when you thought it couldn’t get any worse, DailyMail is now reporting that ISIS is using a new suicide bomber:

Members of the terror group operating in and around the city of Fallujah are said to be strapping explosive belts to chickens, which are then encouraged to wander into enemy camps.

Once inside the enemy camp, the explosives are detonated via remote control.

Now, Muslim radicals have never seemed to be in short supply of willing volunteers to kill themselves in the name of Allah. So one has to wonder… have they realized that they can’t just keep blowing themselves up and win the fight? Eventually they’ll run out of suicide bombers. Or maybe they’re just getting more ingenius. Training suicide bomber chickens is pretty impressive. But really… where’s the honor in that?

These people are a REAL and serious threat. When is our Administration going to start taking them seriously?

H/T & photo credit DailyMail

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