Bombs used by ISIS in Brussels terror attacks are for sale online


In the wake of the carnage that left 31 dead, our investigators were offered C4 plastic explosives, semtex, grenades, and even an armour piercing device called an Exposively Formed Projectile (EFP).

Kalashnikov rifles and bomb-making manuals are also available on the Dark Web – a hidden part of the internet which can only be accessed using specialist software.

  • Gary

    I got a McDonald’s coffee and saw the free STAR that made me sick from the front page display for how Muslims feel as if they are seen as guilty after the slaughter .

    I’m sick of the MSM in Canada that paints the muslims as victims after every quran inspired jihad slaughter.
    The STAR website has as story ” don’t let fear turn into xenophobia” .

    So basically .. just sit back and take the endless jihad slaughters until we are forced to convert to islam as a minority in our own country once muslims dominate. Chief Saunders is making it worse because he’s now Barney Fife with just 1 bullet in his breast pocket to fight the islamists in Canada.
    What worries me is that ever since we got a Black Chief the crime has gone up for guns and gangs while we now have the BLM street thugs which I feel he has sympathy for and will tolerate riots and killings.

  • Ron MacDonald

    The plug-in “Behind the Overlay” beats the National Post’s subscription overlay. All you need do is click the icon and the overlay disappears.

  • Mannie

    I suspect a lot of those are scam sites. You send your money, and never see anything. Who are you going to complain to? Or they are cop trap sites. If they are that easy to find, I suspect they are being watched.

  • andycanuck

    Can you get non-CFL light-bulbs there too?

  • Minicapt