Australia foils ISIS plan to stage mass beheadings

(AGI) Sydney (Australia), Sept 18 - The Islamic State of Syriaand Iraq (ISIS) was planning a high-impact televised massacrein Australia, beheading civilians abducted at random. Theaction was planned to follow the macabre executions that beganon Aug. 19 with the beheading of American James Foley. OnMonday, Canberra had announced the deployment of 600 soldiersand eight fighter aircraft to the United Arab Emirates, readyto strike ISIS in Iraq. After the United States, Australia isthe country that is most determined to attack the Sunnijihadists of ISIS. (AGI) . .

(AGI) Sydney (Australia), Sept 18 - The Islamic State of Syriaand Iraq (ISIS) was planning a high-impact televised massacrein Australia, beheading civilians abducted at random. Theaction was planned to follow the macabre executions that beganon Aug. 19 with the beheading of American James Foley. OnMonday, Canberra had announced the deployment of 600 soldiersand eight fighter aircraft to the United Arab Emirates, readyto strike ISIS in Iraq. After the United States, Australia isthe country that is most determined to attack the Sunnijihadists of ISIS. (AGI) . .