The ISIS money man: Biggest intelligence raid in US Special Forces’ history exposes spreadsheet-loving jihadi accountant behind terror group’s $1million-a-day oil operation

Daily Mail


Documents seized in the raid that killed a top ISIS oil executive last year have revealed details on how the terror group ran its $1million-a-day oil operation.

Paperwork reviewed by the Wall Street Journal shows ISIS oil man Abu Sayyaf had a job not unlike other oil executives – except he was also faced with issues like factoring slave ownership into salary negotiations, and repairing oil wells damaged in U.S. airstrikes.

A U.S. State Department official has said that more information was obtained from the documents seized in the raid against Abu Sayyaf than from ‘any Special Forces operation in history.’


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