There was a plan to ignite an aircraft with explosives covered in a big Barbie doll was prevented by Lebanon’s security services.
Lebanon interior minister disclosed a flight from Australia to Abu Dhabi was aimed by plotters, who tried to sneak a bomb on board.
Nouhad Machnouk, in a conversation with a TV channel owned by Saudi Arabia, said 4 Lebanese-Australian brothers, with one held in Lebanon, were the mastermind of the plan.
He went on to say that two other brothers had been delayed in Australia while a fourth one was a senior Islamic State (IS) member who lives in the dread group’s de facto capital Raqqa, northern Syria.
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Early this month, Australian law enforcement agency illustrated the way an IS leader based overseas commanded a set of Australian men to assemble a bomb to sneak on to a Etihad Airways flight from Sydney in 15 July.
It was identified as “one of the most advanced plots” ever to have been brought forth on Australian land.
The plan was prevented before a “costly” explosive in a piece of kit moved to airport in Sydney was transported through security.
The next plot, supposed to have included a “chemical distributing device” to eject extremely toxic gas, was also declared to have been in the first stages of plan.
Australian law enforcement agency has charged two men with two counts of arranging an act of terrorism.