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ISIS feared to be planning crude biological attack using rotting animal testicles and excrement

 ISIS terrorists may be plotting a biological weapon attack

BRUSSELS: A bomb disposal robot was sent in to check a terrorist’s backpack for explosives - but cops discovered a vile concoction of rotting animal parts and excrement.

Fears are growing that ISIS is plotting a primitive biological attack after rotting animal testicles were found in a terrorist’s backpack.

Abderamane Ameroud, 38, was shot in the leg by police and then arrested as he lay beside a tramline in the Brussels district of Schaerbeek - where last month’s suicide bombings in the Belgian capital were prepared.

A bomb disposal robot was sent in to check Ameroud’s backpack for explosives - but cops discovered a vile concoction of rotting animal parts and excrement.

Toxic material can be used to poison food and water supplies, or to create a deadly concoction aimed at spreading fatal diseases. Fortunately, the terror thugs failed to create a bioweapon.

The Brussels prosecutor issued a statement saying: "The rucksack contents... could at no time have been used to make a biological weapon.

"This has been verified by various tests in laboratories."

But the dangers of terrorists creating a primitive biological arsenal have not been ruled out.

In February, 10 terrorist suspects were arrested in Morocco, and jars were seized containing dead rats, vomit, and shredded nails. The concoction was tested on mice and they did not survive.

The known terrorists who struck in Brussels on March 22nd killing a total of 32 people at the city airport, and a Metro station, came from Belgium-Moroccan backgrounds.

All were linked to the Paris Isis cell which murdered 130 people in Paris in November last year.

After the attacks, French Prime Minister Manuel Valls raised fears about biological attacks, telling the Paris parliament on November 19th: "There may be also the risk of chemical and biological weapons."

Ameroud, an Algerian national, was jailed in France in 2005 over the 2001 assassination of anti-Taliban Afghan leader Ahmed Shah Massoud.

He has now been charged with membership of a terrorist organisation linked to Reda Kriket, a man arrested in Paris on March 24th and accused of planning a new Islamic State attack.

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