ndia: Muslims who plotted to poison Hindu worshippers also planned to poison Mumbai’s water supplies

Jihadis have long wanted to poison the water supply. As far back as 2002, the feds arrested two jihadis who were carrying plans about how to poison water supplies. In 2003, al-Qaeda threatened to poison water supplies in Western countries. In 2011, a jihadi in Spain likewise planned to poison water supplies.

And in May 2013, seven Muslim “chemical engineers” were caught trespassing at the Quabbin Reservoir, a key supply of water for Boston, after midnight. Only months later and indirectly did we hear that it was a “criminal matter.” A month later, locks were cut at the aqueduct that supplies water to Greater Boston.

Also in May 2013, jihadists were caught in Canada who had considered poisoning air and water to murder up to 100,000 people. In October 2013, the FBI was investigating a possible water supply threat in Wichita. In January 2014, a Muslim broke into a water treatment plant in New Jersey.

“ISIS-inspired youth wanted to poison Mumbai’s water sources,” by Sanjay Singh, DNA India, July 27, 2019:

Four days after the Maharashtra Anti-Terrorist Squad filed a charge sheet against a group of suspected terrorists in the Mumbra temple poisoning case, the ATS has revealed that the men had a bigger sinister plan – to poison water sources.

According to the ATS, the group had first planned to add poison to the ‘prasad’ (offering) at the 400-year-old Mumbreshwar Mahadev in Mumbra. The men had conspired to put later a lethal substance into water sources in Mumbai, which could have catastrophic consequences.

One of the prime conspirators, Jaman Nawab Khuteupad, has been identified as a chemical expert. The 32-year-old Mumbra resident worked as a pharmacist at the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) and played an instrumental role in concocting the poison to be used in the ‘prasad’ to be offered at the temple.

While Khuteupad prepared the poison, his co-conspirator Talha Potrick recruited people for the operation. However, some of the recruits backed off and tipped the police about the entire operation. This resulted in the police foiling the bid….

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