After Paris: U.S. and Russian air strikes target ISIS’s $50 million monthly oil revenues
As the battle against ISIS continues, allied forces are increasingly targeting oil assets and the convoys of trucks being used to smuggle oil from ISIS-controlled oilfields. The idea is to cut off the major source of funding for the Islamic State’s barbaric terrorist activities.

It is believed that ISIS earns $40 million to $50 million per month from the sale of oil on the black market, with the Islamic State’s Diwan al-Rakaaez – its version of a Finan...


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