SHOCKING new waves of Brussels-style ISIS terror attacks could be launched across Europe as more than 120 suicide bombers are waiting in the shadows – ready to strike.
Islamic State – also known as Daesh – has created a "Suicide Brigade" of jihadis, poised to unleash carnage and terror across Europe.
Recruitment documents from the terror group reveal 123 members – including 25 Belgians – were sent to Europe to launch suicide attacks.
Some have already struck, others have been killed in police raids – but scores are still unaccounted for.
The revelation will strike fear in the wake of the Brussels terror attacks – which killed 34 and injured more than 200.
Thousands of pages of evidence reveal the names of new ISIS members, their place of origin and the position they would like to hold within the so-called caliphate.
Many stated their desired role simply as "suicide bomber".
The volunteers – desperate to die as "martyrs" come from France, Germany, Tunisia, Egypt and Spain.
One of the registration documents belonged to Mohamed Belkaid – an ISIS member killed last week during raids in Brussels.
The record reveals he went through an ISIS training program in Raqqa – Daesh's de facto capital in Syria.
The documents also confirm the presence of two camps where hundreds of ISIS fighters are being taught how to carry out attacks – and train other recruits to conduct more attacks in home countries.