A resident of Tabqa city touring the streets on a motorcycle waves an Islamist flag in celebration after Islamic State militants took over Tabqa air base, in nearby Raqqa city.Reuters

A policy document of the Islamic State discovered at one of the raids brings forth some alarmingly ambitious plots of the jihadist outfit. The plan includes bribing Russia with access to oilfields in exchange for Iran's nuclear technology.

The Islamic State wants Russia to hand over Iran's nuclear weapons and its secrets to them, in exchange for which ISIS would give away oil and gas fields in Iraq that are under the jihadist outfit's control.

The Islamic State's intentions were revealed in a document found by Iraqi Special Forces unit while they carried out a raid at one of the ISIS commanders' homes in March. The document, with several such ambitions listed on it, was allegedly written by one of the ISIS members, Abdullah Ahmed al-Meshedani.

Tehran Nuclear power Plant
Tehran's Bushehr Nuclear Power Plant.Reuters File

The alleged document suggests that ISIS plans to give Russia access to oil and gas fields in Iraq in return for "Iran and its nuclear programme and hand over of its secrets," The Independent reported.

It further says that in order to settle the agreement, Russia will have to sever ties with Syria. And, instead of supporting Syrian President Bashar-al-Assad, it will have to come forward to help Gulf-states in their religious fight against Shia-dominated Iran.

The manifesto reflects ISIS' intentions to finish off officials and government of Shia-dominated country and wish to expand its religious fight over to Iran. The top targets on ISIS' hit-list include Iranian diplomats, businessmen and teachers. Meshedani has also provoked ISIS followers to kill "Iraqi military chiefs, Shiite officials and Iranian-backed militia."