Daily Mail: ISIS test flying anti-aircraft mines made out of PLASTIC BAGS to blow up western fighter jets
* Video offers 'how to guide' on making anti-aircraft bombs to ISIS militants
* Shows fighters how to make 300l of hydrogen from household chemicals
* It explains how to put it in plastic bags with ammunition to take down jets
* Hundreds could be used to create no fly zones above ISIS-held territory
ISIS are trying to use floating plastic bag bombs to down jets and create no-fly zones above parts of Iraq and Syria under the terror group's control.
The group have launched a how to guide for fellow terrorists, explaining how flying mines can be made from the bags, hydrogen and bullets.
If hit by an allied fighter jet, the bullets could be sucked into the engine and explode, downing the aircraft - which have been used to bomb ISIS-held areas - it claims.
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Update: FLYING TERROR BOMB ISIS militants testing floating mines made out of PLASTIC BAGS to blow western fighter jets out of the sky (The SUN).
WNU Editor: This is actually an old story first reported last year .... ‘Condom Bombs’ Vs. Russian Pilots (Daily Beast)