Putin’s Special Forces in Russia have prevented ISIS from committing a terror attack in the south of Russia, after discovering a large bomb hidden in plastic casks on the side of a road.
The 3.5 tonne bomb was scheduled to explode in the village of Kantyshevo, in the south-western area of Ingusheitia.
Members of the crew that worked on the operation stated that all the terrorists that were behind the planting of the bomb have been killed. They named the terrorist leaders as Aslan Byutukaev and Beslan Mahauri, both ISIS militants.
They said they had been following the activities of the two men since they discovered they had joined ISIS in summer 2015, and were unwittingly lead to their location by one of the two wives of Beslan, who had been furious when she found he had married a second woman, although a Muslim is allowed up to 4 wives under Islamic marital law.
Security service insiders said the woman’s efforts to find out what he was up to with her love rival, and where the pair were, had led them to his location, and the bomb.
The plastic casks were found buried on the side road, in total amounting to 70 separate items with the capacity of 100 litres each.
According to the security services Byutukaev and Mahauri got financial support for their illicit actions in the region directly from ISIS.
In order to prevent the possible attack, Russian special services had to blow up the casks.
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