Several supporters of the Islamic State are dead after a cook tried to poison up to 1200 of the terrorist organization's soldiers, sources from the Free Syrian Army told the Jordanian media outlet Al-Hadath.
Meanwhile several Syrian media outlets estimates the number of deaths due to food poisoning could be up to 100, but the numbers are not confirmed.
It supposedly happened in the IS-occupied town of Deir ez-Zur, which is Syria's seventh largest city, where a chef, in collaboration with the Free Syrian Army, poisoned several meals.
Witnesses says to Al-Hadath that 'dozens' of IS supporters have been admitted to a field hospital.
According to sources from the Free Syrian Army, it's an operation that had been planned for weeks.
At the same time the Iraqi media outlet Iraqi News writes that an Iraqi civilian tried to poison four IS members with tea, which he served to them at one of their checkpoints.
The four IS members are now hospitalized, while the terrorist organization has 'stormed' the tea-man's house.
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