Hawija spend(Daash) imposing new royalties on peasant areas south and west of KirkukAuthor: MA
Editor: BK 28/04/2016 21:18 Number ofViews: 1336
Long-Presse / Kirkuk
According to a local source in Kirkuk, on Thursday, that (Daash) began imposing new royalties in areas "raped" south of the province and the west, to provide funds for his gunmen.
The source said, in an interview to the (long-Presse), "The organization Daash began taxing agricultural land by eight thousand dinars for each acre Simi, and six thousand for each acre quenched by proxy, and four thousand dinars for each acre depends on rainfall, to secure salaries armed men, threatening those who do not comply with this confiscation of their land. "
The source said, on condition of anonymity, that "the regulation began to apply the system to run the civil generators with four to five amperes at a price of four thousand dinars for one and provided the population," noting that "the organization has committed peasants and farmers to raise their transgressions allocated for the operation of watering crops pumps threatened power lines not commit to do so by linking electricity line to be an example to others. "
He said the local source, that "the national electricity does not reach the southern regions of Kirkuk and west, forcing Daash to bring in generators from Turkey, Syria and linked into the national grid lines to ensure they arrive for homes."
The judicial power in Iraq, revealed on Thursday (28th of this April 2016), the control of the organization (Daash) on about 2,500 marine fish and exhibitions of cars in the capital to finance its activities, as well as to impose royalties on traders and farmers, to finance his terrorist activities, after the destruction of a lot of their oil resources.
Little (Daash) seized south of Kirkuk regions and west since June last year 2014, and that those areas of Hawija, (55 km west of Kirkuk City), and aspects of Zab, Riyadh and Abbasi and Rashad, and is home to about 350 villages inhabited by more than 20 thousand families under siege.