ISLAMIC State militants are planning to strap lightweight bombs to birds trained to fly at fighter jets before they explode, according to reports.
A supporter of the evil terror group – which is also known as Daesh – has posted detailed plans online that could allegedly be used to blow up a warplane.
The jihadi claims a Urea bomb could be strapped to a bird and triggered remotely to cause maximum devastation.
The terror document alleged that the highly dangerous explosive was used to bring down Metrojet Flight 9268 before it crashed in Egypt killing all 224 people on board earlier this year.
The jihadi wrote: “The Crusader and Shiite airstrikes are the biggest military obstacle to the soldiers of the caliphate and dealing with it is a big challenge.
“This is why we have to put in effort and find solutions. An idea came to my mind and I am asking to pass it to the relevant Mujaheddin in the Islamic State.”
But jihadis have struggled to find a bird big enough to carry a bomb and could now be planning to break into zoos across Syria and Iraq to steal vultures, according to the document.
The bizarre plot bears an uncanny resemblance to a scene in 2010 hit comedy film Four Lions where a haphazard British jihadi attempts to train a crow to carry a bomb.
And earlier this year it was reported that ISIS militants were strapping bomb vests to chickens in an effort to blow up enemy strongholds.
Experts said the crude devices revealed that the evil group was dealing with supply issues.
They are said to be running low on ammunition as forces target delivery lines leading to Syria and Iraq.
Fighters are now resorting to making their own bombs and mortar shells using gas canisters and fertiliser smuggled over the border from Turkey.
It comes after jihadis reportedly executed three pigeons in one week as ISIS leaders said they could be used by enemy spies.
Radical clerics also claimed that looking at the birds’ genitals as they flew away was against the Muslim religion.
Breeders were given a one-week notice to stop – or they could face the terror group’s feared religious police who can dish out punishments including public floggings.
The ban was “to put a stop to the greater criminal act of harming one’s Muslim and Muslim women neighbours, revealing the [pigeon’s] genitals and wasting time”, an Arabic notice said.
It continued: “All those who keep pigeons above the roofs of their houses must stop doing this entirely within a week of the date of the issuing of this statement.”
“Whosoever violates it will be subject to consequences of reprimand including a financial fine, imprisonment and flogging.”