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frbnsn
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12/3/2015 9:55:05 AM
Posted: 1 year ago
What makes DAESH keeping alive which is a terrorist organization in the Middle-East?
The just answer: OIL.
It has rich oil sources and it is realizing its operations by selling them.

To whom it sells?
The just answer: To SYRIA

Does it mean that Syria (Beshar Assad) is the supporter of DAESH?

Anddd... Russia supports Syria!

Then consequently: RUSSIA SUPPORTS TERRORİSM!
beng100
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12/3/2015 11:13:02 AM
Posted: 1 year ago
At 12/3/2015 9:55:05 AM, frbnsn wrote:
What makes DAESH keeping alive which is a terrorist organization in the Middle-East?
The just answer: OIL.
It has rich oil sources and it is realizing its operations by selling them.

To whom it sells?
The just answer: To SYRIA

Does it mean that Syria (Beshar Assad) is the supporter of DAESH?

Anddd... Russia supports Syria!

Then consequently: RUSSIA SUPPORTS TERRORİSM!

It should be noted that Turkey is also buying oil from Islamic State. Ultimately a commercial opportunity to buy cheap oil is too tempting and despite ideological differences with Islamic State some countries are still prepared to exploit economic opportunities.
johnlubba
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12/3/2015 5:15:50 PM
Posted: 1 year ago
At 12/3/2015 11:13:02 AM, beng100 wrote:
At 12/3/2015 9:55:05 AM, frbnsn wrote:
What makes DAESH keeping alive which is a terrorist organization in the Middle-East?
The just answer: OIL.
It has rich oil sources and it is realizing its operations by selling them.

To whom it sells?
The just answer: To SYRIA

Does it mean that Syria (Beshar Assad) is the supporter of DAESH?

Anddd... Russia supports Syria!

Then consequently: RUSSIA SUPPORTS TERRORİSM!

It should be noted that Turkey is also buying oil from Islamic State. Ultimately a commercial opportunity to buy cheap oil is too tempting and despite ideological differences with Islamic State some countries are still prepared to exploit economic opportunities.

America has rejected the evidence presented by Russia and stands by Turkey, calling them great partners.
beng100
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12/3/2015 5:20:41 PM
Posted: 1 year ago
At 12/3/2015 5:15:50 PM, johnlubba wrote:
At 12/3/2015 11:13:02 AM, beng100 wrote:
At 12/3/2015 9:55:05 AM, frbnsn wrote:
What makes DAESH keeping alive which is a terrorist organization in the Middle-East?
The just answer: OIL.
It has rich oil sources and it is realizing its operations by selling them.

To whom it sells?
The just answer: To SYRIA

Does it mean that Syria (Beshar Assad) is the supporter of DAESH?

Anddd... Russia supports Syria!

Then consequently: RUSSIA SUPPORTS TERRORİSM!

It should be noted that Turkey is also buying oil from Islamic State. Ultimately a commercial opportunity to buy cheap oil is too tempting and despite ideological differences with Islamic State some countries are still prepared to exploit economic opportunities.

America has rejected the evidence presented by Russia and stands by Turkey, calling them great partners.

I'm sure America is aware Turkey is buying oil from IS. Do u claim Turkey is not buying oil from IS?
johnlubba
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12/3/2015 5:29:06 PM
Posted: 1 year ago
At 12/3/2015 5:20:41 PM, beng100 wrote:
At 12/3/2015 5:15:50 PM, johnlubba wrote:
At 12/3/2015 11:13:02 AM, beng100 wrote:
At 12/3/2015 9:55:05 AM, frbnsn wrote:
What makes DAESH keeping alive which is a terrorist organization in the Middle-East?
The just answer: OIL.
It has rich oil sources and it is realizing its operations by selling them.

To whom it sells?
The just answer: To SYRIA

Does it mean that Syria (Beshar Assad) is the supporter of DAESH?

Anddd... Russia supports Syria!

Then consequently: RUSSIA SUPPORTS TERRORİSM!

It should be noted that Turkey is also buying oil from Islamic State. Ultimately a commercial opportunity to buy cheap oil is too tempting and despite ideological differences with Islamic State some countries are still prepared to exploit economic opportunities.

America has rejected the evidence presented by Russia and stands by Turkey, calling them great partners.

I'm sure America is aware Turkey is buying oil from IS. Do u claim Turkey is not buying oil from IS?

No, I am claiming that America is denying the evidence presented by Russia and has further branded the claims as ridiculous. This is according to media reports last night made by an American top military official.

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johnlubba
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12/3/2015 5:33:01 PM
Posted: 1 year ago
At 12/3/2015 5:20:41 PM, beng100 wrote:
At 12/3/2015 5:15:50 PM, johnlubba wrote:
At 12/3/2015 11:13:02 AM, beng100 wrote:
At 12/3/2015 9:55:05 AM, frbnsn wrote:
What makes DAESH keeping alive which is a terrorist organization in the Middle-East?
The just answer: OIL.
It has rich oil sources and it is realizing its operations by selling them.

To whom it sells?
The just answer: To SYRIA

Does it mean that Syria (Beshar Assad) is the supporter of DAESH?

Anddd... Russia supports Syria!

Then consequently: RUSSIA SUPPORTS TERRORİSM!

It should be noted that Turkey is also buying oil from Islamic State. Ultimately a commercial opportunity to buy cheap oil is too tempting and despite ideological differences with Islamic State some countries are still prepared to exploit economic opportunities.

America has rejected the evidence presented by Russia and stands by Turkey, calling them great partners.

I'm sure America is aware Turkey is buying oil from IS. Do u claim Turkey is not buying oil from IS?

Although these reports seemed to have dwindled, could it be because America has backtracked defending it's great partner, once it realized it has a heavy burden to defend
YYW
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12/3/2015 6:25:40 PM
Posted: 1 year ago
At 12/3/2015 9:55:05 AM, frbnsn wrote:
What makes DAESH keeping alive which is a terrorist organization in the Middle-East?
The just answer: OIL.
It has rich oil sources and it is realizing its operations by selling them.

To whom it sells?
The just answer: To SYRIA

Does it mean that Syria (Beshar Assad) is the supporter of DAESH?

Anddd... Russia supports Syria!

Then consequently: RUSSIA SUPPORTS TERRORİSM!

This is idiotic. First, ISIS is failing as a state. It's financially going to collapse as soon as the West takes decisive action against Turkey for trading with ISIS. There are other states which present issues as well, namely Saudi Arabia (which is pretty much an ISIS that made it), but Turkey is the most immediate problem.
beng100
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12/3/2015 6:45:10 PM
Posted: 1 year ago
At 12/3/2015 5:33:01 PM, johnlubba wrote:
At 12/3/2015 5:20:41 . PM, beng100 wrote:
At 12/3/2015 5:15:50 PM, johnlubba wrote:
At 12/3/2015 11:13:02 AM, beng100 wrote:
At 12/3/2015 9:55:05 AM, frbnsn wrote:
What makes DAESH keeping alive which is a terrorist organization in the Middle-East?
The just answer: OIL.
It has rich oil sources and it is realizing its operations by selling them.

To whom it sells?
The just answer: To SYRIA

Does it mean that Syria (Beshar Assad) is the supporter of DAESH?

Anddd... Russia supports Syria!

Then consequently: RUSSIA SUPPORTS TERRORİSM!

It should be noted that Turkey is also buying oil from Islamic State. Ultimately a commercial opportunity to buy cheap oil is too tempting and despite ideological differences with Islamic State some countries are still prepared to exploit economic opportunities.

America has rejected the evidence presented by Russia and stands by Turkey, calling them great partners.

I'm sure America is aware Turkey is buying oil from IS. Do u claim Turkey is not buying oil from IS?


Although these reports seemed to have dwindled, could it be because America has backtracked defending it's great partner, once it realized it has a heavy burden to defend

Yes i think the USA is quitely backtracking in its support for Turkey. It's clear Turkey has a different agenda to the USA when it comes to Syria. It clearly needs to stop trading with IS or face a wave of hostility from the west.
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12/3/2015 7:18:16 PM
Posted: 1 year ago
At 12/3/2015 6:45:10 PM, beng100 wrote:
At 12/3/2015 5:33:01 PM, johnlubba wrote:
At 12/3/2015 5:20:41 . PM, beng100 wrote:
At 12/3/2015 5:15:50 PM, johnlubba wrote:
At 12/3/2015 11:13:02 AM, beng100 wrote:
At 12/3/2015 9:55:05 AM, frbnsn wrote:
What makes DAESH keeping alive which is a terrorist organization in the Middle-East?
The just answer: OIL.
It has rich oil sources and it is realizing its operations by selling them.

To whom it sells?
The just answer: To SYRIA

Does it mean that Syria (Beshar Assad) is the supporter of DAESH?

Anddd... Russia supports Syria!

Then consequently: RUSSIA SUPPORTS TERRORİSM!

It should be noted that Turkey is also buying oil from Islamic State. Ultimately a commercial opportunity to buy cheap oil is too tempting and despite ideological differences with Islamic State some countries are still prepared to exploit economic opportunities.

America has rejected the evidence presented by Russia and stands by Turkey, calling them great partners.

I'm sure America is aware Turkey is buying oil from IS. Do u claim Turkey is not buying oil from IS?


Although these reports seemed to have dwindled, could it be because America has backtracked defending it's great partner, once it realized it has a heavy burden to defend

Yes i think the USA is quitely backtracking in its support for Turkey. It's clear Turkey has a different agenda to the USA when it comes to Syria. It clearly needs to stop trading with IS or face a wave of hostility from the west.

I fully agree, It seems quite evident, and it will all come out in the wash soon.
frbnsn
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12/4/2015 9:07:36 AM
Posted: 12 months ago
At 12/3/2015 6:25:40 PM, YYW wrote:
At 12/3/2015 9:55:05 AM, frbnsn wrote:
What makes DAESH keeping alive which is a terrorist organization in the Middle-East?
The just answer: OIL.
It has rich oil sources and it is realizing its operations by selling them.

To whom it sells?
The just answer: To SYRIA

Does it mean that Syria (Beshar Assad) is the supporter of DAESH?

Anddd... Russia supports Syria!

Then consequently: RUSSIA SUPPORTS TERRORİSM!

This is idiotic. First, ISIS is failing as a state. It's financially going to collapse as soon as the West takes decisive action against Turkey for trading with ISIS. There are other states which present issues as well, namely Saudi Arabia (which is pretty much an ISIS that made it), but Turkey is the most immediate problem.

Dear,
you are misinfomed, Turkey never buy DAESH oil, (Even, Turkısh President said he would resign if there was an evidence that Turkey bought), on the contrary Russian banks and businessmen are included. They include Syrian businessman George Haswani, Mudalal Khuri, a Syrian banker, and Kirsan Ilyumzhinov, a wealthy Russian businessman and the president of the World Chess Federation, here is the news from Reuters:

World | Wed Nov 25, 2015 1:44pm EST Related: WORLD, RUSSIA, TURKEY, SYRIA
U.S. sanctions businessman helping Syrian government buy oil from Islamic State
WASHINGTON | BY YEGANEH TORBATI
The United States sanctioned a Syrian businessman on Wednesday who it said was a middleman for oil sales between Islamic State and the Syrian government, the latest salvo in an effort to cut off the flow of funds to the militant group.

The U.S. Treasury Department said in a statement that it had also sanctioned three other individuals for providing support to the Syrian government, and businesses linked to them, including a Russian bank.

The measures, the latest round of sanctions related to the ongoing civil war in Syria, freeze any U.S. assets and prohibit Americans from transactions with the targets.

Islamic State, which has been described by U.S. officials as the wealthiest terrorist group of its kind, is believed to derive much of its funding from oil fields seized from the Syrian government. IS sells the oil through long-standing smuggling networks, experts and officials say.

The government of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad has also agreed to purchase IS oil, a Treasury official said last year.

The U.S. Treasury said it was targeting Syrian businessman George Haswani, who it said "serves as a middleman" for oil purchases by the Syrian government from Islamic State. His company, an engineering and construction firm, was also sanctioned.

The European Union sanctioned Haswani in March, and at the time, he denied the accusation that he bought oil from IS militants for the Syrian government, telling Reuters by phone that the EU had no evidence to back up the claim and should instead look for intermediaries he said were smuggling oil to Turkey on Islamic State's behalf.

The United States has used financial and military tools to target the finances of Islamic State, which this month took credit for a coordinated assault on Paris that left 130 people dead. Last month, the U.S. military launched air strikes concentrating on the group's oil facilities in Syria in a campaign dubbed "Tidal Wave II."

Defense officials estimate the group was earning $47 million in oil sales prior to October and that the campaign has reduced that amount by about 30 percent. [L1N13H0O1]

The U.S. sanctions also target Mudalal Khuri, who the Treasury said assisted or acted on behalf of the Syrian government, its central bank, and central bank officials, and represents Syrian government interests in Russia.

Kirsan Ilyumzhinov, who the Treasury said is a wealthy Russian businessman and president of the World Chess Federation, was also sanctioned for helping the Syrian government. Russian Financial Alliance Bank was targeted for being controlled or owned by Khuri and Ilyumzhinov.

Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Ryabokov, referring to the sanctions on Wednesday, said Washington should stop playing "geo-political games," RIA news agency reported.

Ilyumzhinov denied the U.S. Treasury's allegations, Russian news agencies also reported on Wednesday.

"I want to emphasize that I have never had any kind of commercial interests in Syria or Iran," he told Russia's Interfax news agency.

He told RIA he planned to visit the United States next week to sign a contract to hold the World Chess Championships next year in New York.

Reuters was unable to reach Khuri or Russian Financial Alliance Bank for comment.

(Additional reporting by Susan Heavey in Washington and Jack Stubbs in Moscow; Editing by Alan Crosby)

Read more at Reutershttp://www.reuters.com...
frbnsn
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12/4/2015 9:15:52 AM
Posted: 12 months ago
At 12/3/2015 11:13:02 AM, beng100 wrote:
At 12/3/2015 9:55:05 AM, frbnsn wrote:
What makes DAESH keeping alive which is a terrorist organization in the Middle-East?
The just answer: OIL.
It has rich oil sources and it is realizing its operations by selling them.

To whom it sells?
The just answer: To SYRIA

Does it mean that Syria (Beshar Assad) is the supporter of DAESH?

Anddd... Russia supports Syria!

Then consequently: RUSSIA SUPPORTS TERRORİSM!

It should be noted that Turkey is also buying oil from Islamic State. Ultimately a commercial opportunity to buy cheap oil is too tempting and despite ideological differences with Islamic State some countries are still prepared to exploit economic opportunities.

I recommend you not to believe easily slanders and read the Reuters article in the post 8.
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12/7/2015 12:07:41 AM
Posted: 12 months ago
Arguing about who's buying the oil is useless, stop the production. Since America is in an illegal war, (not authorized by congress) destroy all ISIS oil infrastructure. Oil wells and transports systems are easily destroyed with bombs or small groups of America's finest fighting men.

When at war, kill enemies and completely destroy anything of value to them, or stay home. War fighting is only for the committed.
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12/9/2015 10:50:45 AM
Posted: 11 months ago
I think, Putin is trying to remove war (maybe WWIII!), because he wants to cover his economic and politic failure and also, nowadays the prices of oil which is the main income of Russia decreased much.