ISIS explained that its members can "synthesize and produce" "Ebola and Corona." ISIS also said,
Followers and soldiers of the Islamic State are mostly suicide bombers and all of them are ready not only to carry Ebola, but to drink Ebola if they were asked to carry and spread it in the United States. This is not difficult but we need a decision from the leaders jihadist.
Ebola could easily be transmitted through bodily fluids, including sweat, tears, saliva, blood, urine, semen, etc., including objects that have come in contact with bodily fluids (such as bed sheets, clothing, and needles) and corpses.
The statement from ISIS said that:
The process of spreading disease is not difficult, it is easily transported in a bottle in your bag and take them from Africa to America and open in a air-conditioning duct or put it in the public drinking water by elevator doors
The statement from ISIS also said:
The process of cultivating bacteria can be done by any student in the Faculty of Science or Department of Biology. They do not need complex laboratories and even a makeshift laboratory can be made in a small apartment in which we can farm millions of germs and viruses
However, Jack Chow, service professor of global health at Carnegie Mellon University, says that by the time a would-be martyr came to America, the symptoms of Ebola would be conspicuously displayed on his person, and he would be too sick to get passed customs.
But, this does not mean ISIS cannot use animals, especially bats, to carry Ebola into America. Bats in particular are effective carriers of Ebola and could be easily utilized to transport Ebola.
Muslims could also contract Ebola during the annual Hajj, which is suppose to be starting soon, in which millions of Muslims will gather together in Mecca. Saudi Arabian authorities have stepped up safety and security measures, and there is a long list of troubles they hope to avoid: crime, fire, stampedes, and the spread of infectious disease.
This year's Hajj is shadowed by both the terrorist threat posed by Islamic State (IS) jihadists and the possible Ebola contagion. Over 98,000 have been prevented from entering by Saudi authorities for security reasons or due to a lack of authorization. Massive preventative measures have been taken by Saudi Arabia
New estimates by the World Health Organization and the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention are warning that the number of Ebola cases could soar dramatically in the weeks and months ahead. The CDC says that unless efforts to curb the outbreak are ramped up significantly and quickly, the disease could infect up to 1.4 million people by mid-January in two nations, Sierra Leone and Liberia, alone.
Some epidemiologists are saying that there will be between 77,000 and 277,000 cases of Ebola by the end of 2014.