ISIS Releases Photo of Bomb that brought down Russian Plane killing 224

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Islamic State has released a photo of bomb that it said brought down the Russian plane over the Egyptian Mt. Sinai  which killed 224 people. The Russian airplane was heading to St. Petersburg Russia. The released photo shows a soft drink can marked with the inscription “Schweppes GOLD”, along with what appears to be a detonator. ISIS Dabiq Magazine said, “The divided Crusaders of the East and West thought themselves safe in their jets as they cowardly bombarded the Muslims of the Caliphate, and so revenge was exacted upon those who felt safe in the cockpits.”  Here is the summary of the ISIS released information

  • ISIS published Passport photos of dead Russians, according to them the photos were obtained by Mujahideen
  • ISIS said it took advantage of a loophole at Sharm al-Sheikh airport in Egypt’s Mt. Sinai to smuggle the said bomb into the airplane
  • ISIS said the original plan was to bring down the plane of an unnamed Coalition partner, but said it changed its plans to go after Russia once it began attacking ISIS in Syria. Below is the photo of the bomb that ISIS claimed was smuggled into the Russian plane.

This undated image made available in the Islamic State's English-language magazine Dabiq, Wednesday, Nov. 18, 2015, claims to show the bomb that was used to blow up a Metrojet passenger plane bound for St. Petersburg, Russia, that crashed in Hassana, north Sinai, Egypt, killing all 224 people on board. (Militant photo via AP)

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