Monday, 19 September 2016

ISIS harvesting organs from its members after oilfields dry up due to airstrikes

With all the airstrikes by US forces and the other coalitions forces, ISIS are running out of cash. To meet up with the financial needs they have resorted to selling human organs of their injured members.

A source on the ground told Iraqi News on Sunday that in order to acquire quick finances to stay afloat the militant group has resorted to dismembering its deceased and injured assailants.

'Special medical unit of the organization proceeded to steal human organs for about 23 ISIS militants of those who slept in the hospitals of Nineveh,' the source said. 

What has been stolen from those members included the kidneys, intestines and more; they were transferred under tight control to affiliated hospital on the outskirts of the city. '

The unidentified  source  said the terror faction started to dismember its members after increased air strikes from the US and Russian forces wiped out a number of its oil reserves-the main source of revenue for ISIS. 

'This came after the loss of the majority of sources of financial funding, particularly with regard to crude oil, which it provides about 80% of the imports of the terrorist organization,' the source added.
Findings from a US-based analysis firm, HIS, revealed earlier this year that the group's daily oil output has dropped from 33,000 barrels to 21,000 barrels. 

Its revenue was hovering around $80 million per month but that fell to $56 million in March after chunks of their territory was bombed and seized in raids.


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