ISIS develops heat-seeking anti-air missiles at “jihadi university” in Raqqa
Sky TV has uncovered evidence of an ISIS “jihadi university” and technical lab in Raqqa, Syria, where scientists are hired to come up with new ways to carry out attacks. The channel reported Tuesday night that they have been able to re-commission ageing surface-to-air heat-seeking missiles with a homemade thermal battery which are capable of destroying an aircraft and of great concern to commercial airlines. The ISIS faculty has also developed fully working remote controlled driverless cars for use as mobile bombs. Paul Wolkowitz, former US Dep. Secretary of Sefence, confirmed the ISIS development of this dangerous anti-air missile in an interview.