A RUSSIAN ISIS FANATIC HAS BEEN ARRESTED IN TURKEY FOR MAKING PLANS TO FLY A DRONE INTO AN AMERICAN PLANE
Written by Jennifer Snow on 08/10/2017
Winchester, VA – The Sun is reporting that a Russian ISIS supporter named Renad Bakiev was apprehended by Turkish police in Adana, Turkey today, for plotting to sabotage a U.S. Air Force plane. He was caught inspecting the Incirlik air base, which is used by NATO forces and has been a staging post for American operations against ISIS in Syria and Iraq. His plan was to fly a drone into an air force plane. As he was being interrogated, he also admitted to planning an attack on the local Alevi community in Adana, who he called “enemies of Allah.” ISIS regards the Alevis, who comprise the largest religious group in Turkey aside from Sunni Muslims, to be heretics. Bakiev is known to have travelled to Syria, and was asking fellow ISIS militants and sympathizers on the Telegram messaging app to give him nearly $800 so that he could purchase a drone. ISIS is known for converting commercial drones to be capable of carrying small explosives, and then attacking Iraqi troops with them.
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