Cameron revealed his concerns to other world leaders in a Friday Nuclear Security Summit meeting, in which he emphasized ISIS could potentially end up with nuclear material in its hands. The danger, he said, was “only too real.”
That danger is not simply an outlandish hypothetical. Already, footage has shown ISIS militants using drone technology. Pairing drone tech with nuclear material is a scary enough scenario that world leaders are mapping out war games in response, The Telegraph reports.
“We have already seen Daesh [another name for Isil] trying to look at whether they can they get their hands on low-level crop-using-type drones,” one British official told The Telegraph.
Suspects in the Brussels attacks were also reportedly monitoring the movements of a nuclear scientist, adding to fears that ISIS has nuclear ambitions. The Belgian Interior Minister has also pointed out that the country’s nuclear power plants are a clear target for ISIS.
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