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ISIL Terrorist Group Entangled in Severe Financial Crisis

The ISIL terrorists have been facing a serious shortage of income in recent months and have started selling the looted properties of Iraqi people in Deir Ezzur's market, local sources said.

The sources said that the ISIL has opened a new Bazaar known as Daesh market in Bu Kamal in Eastern Deir Ezzur that borders al-Anbar province of Iraq to sell the stolen properties of the Iraqi people and police of the towns of Fallujah, Heath and al-Ramadi; FNA reported.

Vehicles are carrying the stolen properties on a road connecting al-Qaim in Iraq to Bu Kamal in Syria round the clock, especially when the roads are not under heavy air raids.

Analysts believe that the recent defeats of the ISIL, specially in Nineveh, and loss of properties have pushed the terrorist group into financial problems.

Last month, a local source in Nineveh province disclosed that ISIL's financial chief escaped the city of Mosul with important financial documents and a list of names of the terrorist group's commanders to become the third commander in charge of the terrorist group's financial affairs who disappears in less than two months.

"Abu Qatadeh al-Qahtani, a senior official in charge of ISIL's financial affairs has left Mosul for an unknown destination while taking the terrorist group's important financial documents with himself," the Arabic-language media quoted the local source as saying.

He said that Abu Qatadeh had access to all the documents of ISIL's financial transactions with companies and also the names of ISIL commanders in Iraq and Syria and those families who were being paid by the ISIL.

The source reiterated that the escape of the ISIL's financial chief has struck a heavy blow to the ISIL.

Source: Al Alam News Network

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