5 11 plane bomb explosion

As IS fighters continue to make calls for lone wolf attacks, the accounts of three prominent alleged IS fighters on Twitter tweeted and retweeted claims that a bomb was planted on two planes in what appeared to be an attempt to instill fear in the West.

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