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Shops Chirvh..azdhar secret banking system to Daash

Post by rocky on Sat 27 Feb 2016, 3:15 am

[ltr]Shops Chirvh..azdhar secret banking system to Daash[/ltr]

 Since 02.26.2016 at 20:30 (Baghdad time)
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[ltr]Follow-up scales News[/ltr]
[ltr]Banking centers in Iraq, Syria, Turkey and Jordan, is pumping millions of dollars a day to and from the control of the guerrilla zones Daash, but not alone The group of shops front of the central bazaar in Istanbul, and where other banking centers contribute to the movement of money in and out of areas controlled by Daash in Iraq and Syria are located, this is what you go to him the Wall Street Journal in an investigative achieve prosperity for the banking system for umbilical Daash and how the continued flow of funds to the vaults.[/ltr]
[ltr]The paper says that since the start of military air campaign against Daash led by the United States and financial blockade it over a year ago, "did not succeed in stopping the movement of goods to Daash, or financing deals to militants or prevent the organization from achieving quick profits in currency arbitrage."[/ltr]
[ltr]Believes that "because of people like (Abu Omar), a bankers belonging to Daash which Iraqi businessman is part of a network of financiers of the organization and its components deployed in northern and central Iraq, who provide banking services to facilitate contracts for local merchants who do not deal with the traditional banking system."[/ltr]
[ltr]When Daash seized control of the area in 2014, provided for (Abu Omar) casually he decided not to reject it was not able to reject it, "You can keep thy merchandise, if you manage the group's money."[/ltr]
[ltr]Says Abu Omar, according to the Wall Street Journal, "I do not ask any questions," and this is his answer to the newspaper refers to as shops, banking and financial subsidiaries of his company deployed in Mosul, Sulaimaniya, Arbil and Heat.[/ltr]
[ltr]The attention of Abu Omar told the newspaper that "trade with Daash profitable," where reports that remittances fee to the territory controlled by Daash of 10 percent, twice the normal conversion fee.[/ltr]
[ltr]These bankers guarantee the flow of millions of dollars a day to and from the areas controlled by the terrorist organization in the movement of strong liquidity, they are in fact "scatter where any international attempt to isolate the terrorist gangs of the international banking system," he says working in this area.[/ltr]
[ltr]The paper says they are "working across borders and in areas of conflict among the most serious armed conflicts in the world, are protected by the profits they make and the extent of their integration into the economic system factor in this region."[/ltr]
[ltr]And most of that, and in spite of the hardline Sunni fundamentalism that followed, showing the biggest Daash pragmatic when it comes to financial funding.[/ltr]
[ltr]The paper says "follow Daash international financial law, and no legitimate law or policy, and so, like the rest of the Iraqis understand the Iraqis" as Sairafi Anbari said, referring to Daash, and that correspondence network reach of Amman Jordan, to Fallujah and Baghdad.[/ltr]
[ltr]Says Daniel گlasr, Deputy US Treasury Department and a specialist in the financing of terrorism, that these dealers and their number (1600 dealer in Iraq alone) make up worrying outlets Daash to connect to the world outside the succession areas.[/ltr]
[ltr]The paper quotes گlasr say that "efforts are being made at various levels in order to dry the financial Daash and prevent them from access to the resources of the international financial system."[/ltr]
[ltr]It collaborates US Federal Reserve and the US Treasury Department with US allies in the Middle East.[/ltr]
[ltr]But, it corrects گlasr there was "no quick and easy tool that works to isolate the Isle of staggering wealth."[/ltr]

  • Building confidence


[ltr]Those who run the switching centers and their companies disguised come from various Iraqi communities.[/ltr]
[ltr]And handle their networks based on mutual trust with members of the financial guarantee immediate transfer within the network offices. Basis for stating the amount paid in cash in the office and in the future, one of them received an equivalent amount in the local office across the border, a deal "Middle Eastern" as people call Tarefa "hawala," a deal before the modern banking system.[/ltr]
[ltr]People pay money in the future and one banking centers withdraw an amount equivalent to what has been deposited in a local office across the border.[/ltr]
[ltr]The accounts are settled between the offices through money transfers, which often take place within the conflict zones and across international borders.[/ltr]
[ltr]It provides the money changers, according to the newspaper, "a way guaranteed to make transactions of hundreds of thousands of dollars in cities hundreds of miles away from each other."[/ltr]
[ltr]Three of the moneychangers Iraqis say they are paying royalties to the armed factions fighting Daash to protect money shipments moving from Baghdad across the demarcation lines with Daash in Anbar, and are bribing elements of the Peshmerga, who in turn are fighting Daash, to allow the movement of the transfer of money across the demarcation lines with the state Islamic around Mosul.[/ltr]
[ltr]Daash and impose a two percent tax rate on the money falling shipments to the control areas, which provides protection to smugglers to reach the final in their station banking centers, according to four of the workers in this field certificates.[/ltr]

  • Three ways to shipments of money


[ltr]The first starts from the alleys and narrow streets of Istanbul behind the central bazaar, then passes through the cities of Iraqi Kurdistan ends to Mosul, the largest city under the control of the organization.[/ltr]
[ltr]The second route up the Jordanian capital, Amman, Baghdad, passing through parts controlled by the organization of Iraq's Anbar province.[/ltr]
[ltr]The third way up Gaziantep in southern Turkey surrounding the Syrian city of Raqqa areas, the administrative capital of the terrorist organization.[/ltr]
[ltr]Turkish and Jordanian officials say that their governments in the fight against serious and organized investigating intensively and tried all of the works in the money laundering and terrorism financing.[/ltr]
[ltr]Iraqi officials say that the money transfer licenses play a big role in the Iraqi banking sector, but should punish the offenders and those involved in the financing of terrorism.[/ltr]
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[ltr]And we've repeated the foreign alliance, which the United States, the US-led intention last month to dry Daash financial resources and deprived of its wealth of state and ministers, estimated at between 700-300 million dollars.[/ltr]
[ltr]Attempts financial containment This is one of the hubs of the US campaign to contain the organization in addition to the aerial bombardment of the oil fields controlled by.[/ltr]
[ltr]Flight International US-led coalition have also been targeted many cabinets money in the center of Mosul, which US officials say it as cabinets suspected of containing the money you spend and Daash including salaries for fighters.[/ltr]
[ltr]The US Treasury Department official bodies and other US Abiethon intelligence reports periodically to Baghdad to tell Baghdad about suspected money transfers funding for terrorism, as they keep close relationships with legislators and security forces in the neighboring countries.[/ltr]
[ltr]Even so, the flow of funds to continuously Daash as US officials say.[/ltr]
[ltr]The class CBI 142 banking center in December last year, which the US suspects in the management of funds terrorist organization.[/ltr]
[ltr]The CBI ban these centers of bi-monthly auctions to sell the dollar in the hope of preventing the arrival of US currency to the organization, which also supports the rest of Iraq depends on the cash deal.[/ltr]

  • Liquidity to Daash.


[ltr]Hundreds of Iraqi banking centers contribute to money laundering across the borders Daash, where it connects banking center banking status with the receiving of the license transfer and pay money directly then be a reckoning later via the money smuggled across the roads, bypassing the checkpoints and lines of confrontation with al Daash to be paid to office to pay the amount.[/ltr]
[ltr]According to the Institute for the Study of War there are two companies banking on at least part of the list, and stationed in Mosul, still operating in the transfer of funds from Turkey to the Iraqi and Syrian cities controlled by the organization, according to the three customers mentioned above.[/ltr]
[ltr]One of which is called (the goldsmith lights) owner says over the phone that it does not offer banking services, including money transfer, within the boundaries of the areas controlled by Daash because it touched very difficult.[/ltr]
[ltr]In spite of this, in one rainy mornings in February, stood in a queue of about 20 people, Iraqi and Syrian front of one of the listed company offices on the street in the neighborhood of Beyazit Alasitnbola.[/ltr]
[ltr]The rate of what they are converting to Mosul, about US $ 50,000 within 30 minutes, at the discretion of the participants in the process.[/ltr]
[ltr]And two customers received about $ 10,000 from the Syrian tenderness. And he did not ask any of the staff working in the office for the purpose of these transfers.[/ltr]
[ltr]The only question we asked the employee behind the glass office is the customer had wanted to send 700 dollars to Mosul, "Is the future is needed to Daash? Because we can not turn to anyone who is required for (the state!)" By what he said the employee.[/ltr]

  • Easier than drinking water!


[ltr]Displaced Iraqis and traders say in Turkey, Jordan and Iraqi Kurdistan that a large number of banking centers have been created over the past eighteen months, hoping to grow with the growing organization Daash that "money is the easiest of the water flow," said an Iraqi merchant named (Full ) which uses an Iraqi-Turkish trading company called "Taha freight" to convert the amount of money outside the control of the organization Daash and then employs the company's system to ship goods in return.[/ltr]
[ltr]Taha Shipping Company did not respond to any of the Wall Street Journal requests for comment on the subject.[/ltr]
[ltr]Such financial operations are part of the fabric of the Middle East societies for the services it provides and its independence and its freedom and its schedule immediately, they work from the offices do not refer to the services they provide and do not indicate the wealth that they control the volume.[/ltr]
[ltr]The paper says that "bankers are well aware of the liquidity that the size of their partners in the trade do not get involved in any transfers do not have guarantees, and the fraud and theft in this area is very small."[/ltr]
[ltr]And it stresses that "the Iraqi bankers and development agencies estimated about more than half of Iraqi traders rely on banking centers in the financial dealings of more than dependence on traditional banks."[/ltr]
[ltr]And it concludes that "As a result, the Iraqi officials to balance between international pressure and the safety of the Iraqi economy, as the closure of banking networks will lead to economic shock violent."[/ltr]
[ltr]Take the United States government and the governments of the region immediate measures and precautions to branches of banks seized by the organization by separating them and isolate it from the international banking system and the declaration of the illegality of the cessation of bank transfers bearing the symbols of the branches of the fallen banks under the control of the organization making the banking companies only be funded for the area, home to several million people.[/ltr]
[ltr]The paper quotes the owner banking office of Anbar, unnamed, that with the end of the summer of 2014, his office performs remittances are an estimated total of about 500,000 dollars each week to and from the region, which underlines the organization Daash, adding that "the fees these remittances amounting about 10 percent, while the former ranging between 3 and 5 percent. "[/ltr]
[ltr]He says Sayrafi stationed in Fallujah as the transfer of 100,000 US dollars to Baghdad in June 2015 of a man Anbara Iraqi authorities suspected of being a member of the organization.[/ltr]
[ltr]But Sairafi confirms to the newspaper, which did not reveal his name that he took over the transport process because he did not believe the accusation and says, "I do not think I've made a mistake."[/ltr]
[ltr]The ban Daash terrorist organization during the past year license any remittances of cash to areas outside the control of the sender did not give a receipt to pay an estimated 10 percent religious tax known as "zakat".[/ltr]
[ltr]And as well as to contribute to the collection of taxes, the money-changers Daash network has helped to increase their profits through currency offset by the currency's biggest provide to impose greater taxes in abundance, for example, in addition to direct profits from banking operating centers.[/ltr]
[ltr]While doubts the money changers who are still involved in the auctions Bank feasibility black list announced by the Central Bank of Iraq, there is no Iraq has no mechanism to ensure the prevention of the owners of listed companies on the blacklist and their gathering at the restrictions imposed on them is easy, "through the creation of a new company and ownership lined based on the other transfer companies. "[/ltr]
[ltr]- Contributed to the preparation of this exploratory investigation both Suha Maaih in Amman, Amir پakir in Istanbul, Navan in Baghdad and Emily گlaser, and translation professor Areej Al-Khalidi


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