A Russian travel agency plans to offer a package deal to ISIS frontline, named after Syrian dictator Bashar al-Assad
London: A Russian company is reportedly in talks with hotels and transport firms in Syria to offer terror tours to the frontlines of the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS).
A file photo that allegedly shows ISIS militants waving their Jihadist flag at the Syrian-Iraqi border. Pic/AFP
Russian firm Megapolis hopes to start ‘Assad Tours’ next year, named after Syrian dictator Bashar al-Assad.
The tour package is priced at 1,000 dollars per person. The package is meant for individuals or small groups and lasts four or five days. The suspect package would include a trip to the frontline where ISIS is crucifying, beheading or torturing its enemies and selling female captives as sex slaves.
Megapolis insists there are always people willing to risk everything to see world events first hand. Company president said that there are people who are willing to cognitive goals with the opportunity to see natural disasters or visit the places located near the warzones. The Russian Federal Tourism Agency said it was yet to receive an application for any tour.
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