JIHAD THIS: Look at The Nasty Flesh Eating Virus That Threatens to Totally Wipe Out ISIS

Published on April 1, 2015

When you start employing Medieval methods of slaughtering people, you start to suffer the consequences.

With the implementation of medieval Sharia law, civilians are seeing the resurrection of diseases that were once eradicated, sweeping not only residents, but also ISIS fighters.

Express reports that Raqqa, the self-proclaimed ISIS capital in Syria, is nearing an epidemic, and many Islamic State insurgents have already been infected. Fighters have reported cases of Leishmaniasis skin disease, a highly contagious flesh-eating bacteria that has deadly consequences.

Although aid workers had taken measures to treat victims and prevent the spread of the disease, the Islamic State quickly shut down their offices, making it impossible to prevent an epidemic. Equipment was also destroyed, and officers attempting to fight the illness were arrested.

The nasty virus is caused by infected sandflies that are attracted to the destruction of war and the slaughter that ISIS exacts.

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