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ISIS Suspect Gave Advance Warning of Sri Lanka Bombings

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ISIS Suspect Gave Advance Warning of Sri Lanka Bombings

ISIS Suspect Gave Advance Warning of Sri Lanka Bombings

ISIS Suspect Gave Advance Warning of Sri Lanka Bombings The terrorist group has claimed responsibility for the Easter Sunday bombings which killed almost 300 people.

According to an Indian official, an ISIS suspect arrested in India gave up the intelligence during his interrogation.

The intelligence concerned Zahran Hashim, a member of a local extremist group that has been tied to the attack.

The intelligence was passed to Sri Lankan officials in the weeks leading up to bombings.

Hashim was identified in a video released by ISIS on Tuesday, in which he is "leading" seven masked men as they pledge their allegiance to ISIS.

The men in the video are thought to be responsible for the Sunday attacks.

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