ISIS starts investing in Turkey
The self-proclaimed Islamic State in Syria and Iraq has dispatched its top commander Khalaf Ghaydan al-Jbouri, to Turkey’s Istanbul in order to purchase residential and commercial buildings as well as cultivable lands, an unclassified intelligence report said. According to this report, the terror group seeks to ensure a safe future haven for its senior commanders after its potential collapse in Syria and Iraq. The report also added that enormous quantities of cash have been transferred to Turkey through a network of dealers, more prominently, Mohammed Yousef al-Mufreji, a Turkey-based ISIS element.
Optimized by Komoona Analysts say such a huge move can never be completed or even observed without the consent of National Intelligence Organization (MIT) which, in this case, will further control the group and eventually confiscate this wealth once the group collapses.