Ebola can be used against the West by IS

 
Ebola can be used against the West by IS
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There are now great fears among military leaders in the United States that IS or other terrorist organizations may use Ebola as a "poor man's" bio weapon.

As an infected person can carry the Ebola virus in about 21 days before symptoms of the infection are visible, growing fear arise that terrorists might send infected people to the West to spread the disease in Western countries.

An infected person can travel over large areas, and as there neither in the US or most of Europe today have been set up any kind of restriction system, there is nothing that can stop a suicide terrorist to act as a biological bomb.

This type of terrorism is cheap, and if Ebola now proves to be contagious through air, a single terrorist could infect thousands in a few days.

It is puzzling that authorities have not yet introduced measures to find out if people have stayed in Africa, and measures to put travelers who have been in areas where the Ebola virus exist, in quarantine.

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