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One of the pilots reported there is parasitic oscillation in their radio. Source: www.iststatus.com /u/sabac
We have unconfirmed security source info as follows: "The bomber is saudi national ISIL militant. police and intelligence was following him, he discovers it, gave a signal to two other militants outside and blows him up. other two tries to penetrate to entrance and exchanges fire with police. both 3 militants and 32 dead, total 35 deaths." This, as I say, is unconfirmed
On June 29, 2014, the apparent leader of the Islamic State in Iraq and Greater Syria (ISIS), Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, declared that he stood at the head of a Caliphate, a Muslim state that spanned Syria and Iraq. He was speaking in the city of Mosul which ISIS forces had taken from the Iraqi army a few weeks earlier.
Dead man's switches are not always used to stop machines and prevent harm. These switches can also be used as a fail-deadly. A spring-operated switch can also be used to complete a circuit when it is no longer held down. This means that a dead man's switch may be used to activate a harmful device, such as a bomb or IED. The user holds down a switch of some sort in their hand which arms the device. The device will activate when the switch is released, so that if the user is knocked out or killed while holding the switch, the bomb will detonate