Plans by ISIS to attack U.S. may have been disrupted

“‘If you’re ISIS now and you know that western intelligence has their hands on these, you can’t send those people back to conduct an attack because you know they’re going to be picked up as soon as they cross that border,’ Morell said.

Each form has 23 blocks asking for name, alias, date of birth, marital status,country of residence, education, profession and phone number.

One block asked fighters to choose a position to apply for and, according to an analysis of one batch of documents, 120 of 1,700 recruits volunteered for suicide missions. There are said to be at least 10 Americans on the list.”

Source: Plans by ISIS to attack U.S. may have been disrupted – CBS News

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