Terror Financing

  Posted on: Monday, April 18, 2016
ISIS monthly revenue drops from $80 million to $56 million
Homeland Security News Wire
ISIS’s monthly revenue has dropped by almost 30 percent in the last year, according to new analysis. Oil production is down to 21,000 barrels per day from 33,000. The loss of territory and population under ISIS control has shrunk the organization’s tax base. To compensate for declining income, ISIS has imposed new taxes on broken satellite dishes and fines for driving on wrong side of the road.

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Financing:
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