Pentagon: the destruction of 150 million dollars to Daash and declining enrollment regulation of foreign fighters[/ltr]
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It announced that the US Department of Defense [Pentagon] on Tuesday that the air strike was carried out last month against an al Daash facility used to store cash led to the destruction of about 150 million US dollars.
The deputy chief of operations and intelligence at the ministry Peter Gerstn told reporters that the raid itself also targeted the person who serves as finance minister in the organization where indicated US intelligence that he did not re-appear on the network after the raid, "We are still continue to search for him."
He explained Gerstn "We are trying to eliminate them by confronting their rulers and their information, financing, this is what you see on the battlefield at the moment," stressing that "this poignant operations and cause significant strategic damage to the enemy."
He added that in a part of the organization to reduce the resources it has recently observed decline in the number of foreign fighters recruits a month from about two thousand to about 200 only and "this is what shows that the morale of the enemy had begun to deteriorate increasingly."