Militants from the terrorist group "Islamic state" published a photo of an explosive device which, they claim, work on Board Russian passenger liner Airbus 321.
Experts have revealed the similarity of this hand-made bombs, and those fixtures that were used by the terrorists for the bombings of apartment buildings in Moscow in 1999.
In the Islamist magazine Dabiq has published pictures of handmade bombs of terrorists. With all this, the authors of the photos say what exactly its explosion led to the collapse of Airbus 321 on the North of the Sinai Peninsula. The explosive device is a explosive put in aluminum cans of Schweppes drink with a volume of 0.33 liters. To undermine used an electronic timer and detonator army.
Experts found similarities of this system with the bombs used by the terrorists under control Khattab to explosion of residential buildings in Moscow in 1999, reports "Kommersant". Moreover it is known that explosive devices in the form of aluminum cans filled with explosives were used by fighters during incidents in the North Caucasus as grenades and booby traps.
With all this, the scheme of the detonation of explosive devices, experts say, is identical to that used by terrorists for the bombings of apartment buildings on Guryanov street and Kashirskoye highway Moscow on 8 and 13 September 1999. The executors of the terrorist attacks, whose victims were 230 people who turned out natives from the North Caucasus, and their preparation worked Khattab and his right hand is Abu al-Walid. In the future they were destroyed in the process of operation.
Remember, the head of FSB Alexander Bortnikov officially approved that Airbus A321 fell in Egypt the result of the triggered explosive devices. The Russian President Vladimir Putin stressed that all implicated in the terrorist attack should be identified and eliminated.
The collapse of the A321 to the North of the Sinai Peninsula has become the biggest tragedy in the history of Russian aviation. 31 October after 20 minutes after takeoff a passenger liner, carrying out flight from Sharm El Sheikh to St Petersburg, suddenly disappeared from radar screens. All on Board - 217 passengers and 7 crew members were killed.
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