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Wednesday, July 29, 2015

ISIS got $6.9 Billion in money transfers from Iraqi Banks

$6.9 Billion in "Magic" Money

  • Follow the Money  -  Let's see, Russia and Iran are arming and funding Syria to fight against ISIS.  
  • So I have to wonder who is laundering $6.9 Billion through banks to give to ISIS?  Also who is giving arms and ammo resupplies to all the Islamist groups for a war lasting for years?
  • All together now, it is spelled C-I-A working though our Islamist allies like Turkey and Saudi Arabia. 

(Via Clarion)  -  The Islamic State received $6.9 billion in funds in recent money transfers through banks in Iraq, according to the Finance Committee of the Iraqi Parliament.
Companies were able to transfer the monies from the main banks in Iraq to banks in the regions controlled by the Islamic State despite the supposedly strict security measures the Iraqi government says it has taken in order to stranglehold the terror organization militarily and financially.
A member of the committee, Haitham El-Jabouri, told Al Araby Al Jadeed, a UK-based news outlet, the committee made requests to the banks to provide them with the names of the companies that sent the monies, but the requests were refused.
However, members of the committee succeeded via alternative sources to obtain the names of the banks as well as the companies transferring the money.
El-Jabouri added most of the initial deposits are being made by smugglers or professional financiers who manipulate money markets.
Just as the companies that transfer the monies are making tremendous profits, it is assumed the banks themselves are also cashing in.
Amin Baker, a member of the Judicial Committee in the parliament said 15 companies that transfer money were identified as being involved in the funding. Baker said the trail of money leads to Jordanian banks that initiate the transfers to Iraqi banks. The chain continues, he explained, through a number of institutions (banks and companies that transfer funds) until it reaches the Islamic State.
A number of institutions that contribute to the transfer of large sums of money to the Islamic State in Mosul or Kirkuk charge a minimum $600,000 in monthly fees for their services.
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