During the recent attacks at the Zaventem airport in Brussels, the attackers opened fire briefly before detonating themselves. One of the terrorists is still on the run.
The attacks left 31 dead – but the attackers had another more audacious plan in mind that could’ve killed a lot more.
The Gateway Pundit
The Brussels bombers were also planning an attack on Belgian nuclear plants but hit the airport and Metro instead after the arrest of Paris terrorist Salah Abdelslam.
The newspaper Dernier Heure exclusively reported that the arrest of Paris attacker Salah Abdeslam accelerated the plans of the terrorists.
The brothers planted a hidden camera in front of the home of the director of the Belgian nuclear research program, the paper said.
Evidence obtained by the authorities shows that the same terrorist cell was behind the Paris attacks in November that killed more than 130 people and this week’s Brussels bombings, which claimed the lives of 31 people and injured over 270, the paper wrote.
The footage with “dozens of hours” of the movements of Belgium’s nuclear boss was seized during an anti-terrorist raid in the apartment of another suspect belonging to the same terror cell, Mohammed Bakkali.
Right after the attacks, ISIS announced they had even bigger plans in store for the U.K.
There’s no reason to think that U.S. isn’t on their list (and many reasons to believe it is). Poland wised up and decided to refuse the entry of refugees into the country right after the Brussels attack. The cost of just a few terrorists slipping through the cracks should be more clear now than ever…
[Note: This post was written by The Analytical Economist]