British report: Daesh planning to blow up a factory chemicals in the battle of Mosul

Twilight News / Daily Telegraph newspaper said in a report that the organization of the Islamic state was planning to blow up a chemical plant at the outbreak of the battle of the restoration of the city.
The paper adds in its report that the US forces and the Iraqi army expect fierce fighting militants organize in defense of their strongholds in the city, which has more than 1.2 million people. The report cites Hemc Colonel de Bretton-Gordon, a former officer in command, "the regiment chemical biological radiological nuclear common" in the British forces as saying that the leaders of the intelligence information that jihadists were planning to blow up the factory when the soldiers approached them. Located Mishraq chemical plant and the sulfur mine, about 30 miles south of the city of Mosul, just six miles north of Qayyarah Air Force Base, where he stationed a few hundred US military personnel as well as Iraqi army troops. The bombing Mishraq factory, which includes hundreds of tons of sulfur and hydrogen Kipritid source of great concern to the forces on the ground. According to the accounts of Colonel de Bretton-Gordon, the impact that this will be followed by the bombing will extend in a radius ranging from six to ten miles, putting Iraqi forces and US troops chock her in danger. It is caused by pure sulfur dioxide toxic sulfur burning. It has already been a fire at the plant in 2003 continue for the month and launched half a million tons of sulfur dioxide into the air, which has greatly affected the ozone layer, and led to the transfer of hundreds of people to hospitals after suffering from respiratory problems, also caused the death of plant life along about a mile around the scene of the fire, which was described as one of the worst man-made disasters in history. Remember, the newspaper remarks Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, this week about the readiness of Iraqi forces to start the battle to liberate a second major Iraqi cities next month, from the grip of militants to organize an Islamic state in control of it since 2014. The newspaper promised to launch rockets militants regulation containing mustard gas on the Qayyarah base Tuesday indication of what could happen in the future, from the use of such militants of chemical weapons in the coming battle. Preliminary tests conducted by the US Army and the presence of mustard gas, which distorts or kills by destroying the skin and eyes respiratory system, the missile has been confirmed. Gen. Joseph Dnford, chairman of the US Joint Chiefs of Staff, called the attack "a worrying development" Despite the emphasis on the organization's ability to use chemical weapons "primitive."