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Financiación del EEIL

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Financiación del EEIL

Mensaje por Albert_B el 28/1/2015, 6:28 am

Un alto mando del Estado Islámico confiesa recibir financiación procedente de EE.UU.

Publicado: 28 ene 2015 09:57 GMT | Última actualización: 28 ene 2015 09:57 GMT
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Yousaf al Salafi, comandante del Estado Islámico detenido hace una semana por los servicios de inteligencia pakistaníes, ha confesado que ha recibido fondos procedentes de EE.UU.
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"Durante las investigaciones, Yousaf al Salafi reveló que recibió financiación llegada a través de EE.UU. para hacer operar a la organización [Estado Islámico] en Pakistán y reclutar a jóvenes para luchar en Siria", ha revelado una fuente anónima perteneciente a la investigación, informa 'The Express Tribune'.

Yousaf al Salafi, de nacionalidad sirio-pakistaní y supuesto comandante del Estado Islámico, fue detenido hace una semana por los servicios de inteligencia pakistaníes junto a dos compañeros en una redada realizada en Lahore. Las informaciones confirman que al Salafi trabajó durante semanas con Hafiz Tayyab, imán de una mezquita local detenido hace cinco meses por reclutar a jóvenes pakistaníes para luchar con el Estado Islámico en Siria.

"Washington ha condenado las actividades del Estado Islámico, pero desgraciadamente no ha sido capaz de detener la financiación a esta organización, que se está distribuyendo a través de EE.UU.", ha afirmado la misma fuente.

Asimismo, existen datos que apuntan que las revelaciones de al Salafi fueron compartidas con el secretario de Estado estadounidense John Kerry durante su visita a Islamabad. "La cuestión también fue abordada con el general Lloyd Austin, comandante del CENTCOM (Mando Central de EE.UU.) durante su visita a Islamabad de principios de este mes", afirma otra fuente.
http://actualidad.rt.com/actualidad/164704-estado-islamico-recibir-financiacion-eeuu


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Mensaje por Albert_B el 30/1/2015, 8:39 pm

ISIS fundraising in US via bitcoin – report

Published time: January 30, 2015 05:15
Edited time: January 30, 2015 15:45 Get short URL

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An Israeli cyber intelligence analyst claims that ISIS is using the dark web and bitcoin for recruitment and fundraising. Unregulated system “gaps” could indeed be exploited by terrorists seeking refuge in the anonymous network, experts say.

Haaretz newspaper quoted an Israeli analyst who said he traced an ISIS funding website and “has uncovered concrete evidence that a terror cell, purporting to be related to the Islamic State – is soliciting for bitcoins as part of its fundraising efforts.”

The fundraiser reportedly called for the support of a “new Islamic front – both in the United States, and around the world.” It allegedly called for donations to be made through various means, all of which – “besides economic support through bitcoin” – should have been done with much caution “due to the security apparatus’ recent crackdown on any and all Islamic change fronts here in the United States.”

The analyst believes the finding could be pointing to a larger, more worrying trend of terrorists taking refuge in the anonymous network, as social media websites are increasing their efforts to shut down terror-related accounts.

Jimmy Gurule, the former under secretary of the Treasury Department under George W. Bush and an international criminal law expert on terrorism and terrorist financing, told RT that the allegation is possible.

“Bitcoin is currently not regulated, and so I think that it does present a risk to moving money for criminal purposes,” said Gurule. “And I think potentially the terrorists could have found a chink in the armor, or could have found a gap in our regulatory system that they may be exploiting.”


Gurule, however, was skeptical of the claim because any US citizen or anyone residing in the US who provides financial assistance to ISIS is subject to criminal prosecution for violating the material support statute and financing terrorism.

“If you’re going to be moving money, the terrorists are going to be looking for the point of least resistance, where it’s easier and there are less criminal and legal repercussions for moving money, and that’s certainly not in the United States,” he said.

He also raised the possibility that the source or sources used in the Haaretz report – as well as in another report earlier this week in Pakistani newspaper the Express Tribune which claimed that ISIS had received funding through the US – may be giving false information in order to create a phony lead.



READ MORE: Islamic State operative confesses to receiving funding through US – report

Earlier this week, a suspected Pakistani commander of the Islamic State, Yousaf al Salafi, confessed to law enforcement agencies in Pakistan that ISIS is “getting funding – routed through America – to run the organization in Pakistan and recruit young people to fight in Syria.”

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But most importantly, says Gurule, is that the Islamic State, unlike Al-Qaeda, is a self-funding organization and its principal source of funding comes from the sale of oil on the black market. ISIS also receives some money from ransom payments and extortion payments within the territory it controls.

“[ISIS] doesn’t rely on external sources of funding from sympathetic donors,” he said.

Gurule admitted, though, that “there is some concern regarding Qatar” as a source of funding for ISIS. He said it is an issue that the US government raises with the Qataris in official meetings.

At the same time there is no guarantee, he acknowledged, that money and weapons given to the “moderate” Syrian opposition by the US do not end up in the hands of ISIS, or other terrorist or Muslim extremist groups in the country.
http://rt.com/usa/227703-bitcoin-isis-us-fundraising/


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