German firms involved in selling ISIL oil to Europe
Germany, one of the members of the anti-ISIL coalition, is financing the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant, or ISIL, militants by facilitating their oil export to other European countries, an intelligence report says
While the anti-ISIL coalition is targeting to cut the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant, or ISIL’s, financial link with the world along with its ongoing airstrikes, Germany, a member of the coalition, is accused of selling oil controlled by the terror group and paying them in cash.
The report said that Germany purchased oil from the terrorist group, despite the European Union’s rhetoric against the militants, and supplied other member states of the EU by using two routes.
According to an information note submitted to the official authorities by the intelligence unit, the strongest EU member country supplied oil taken from ISIL, who has seized wide areas of Iraq, including its oil-producing regions, through Tartus port of war-torn Syria.
Germany also used Iran and Dubai as other options to send ISIL oil, which priced between 15 to 20 dollars per barrel.
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