In its first few years of existence, ISIS has made millions by selling oil.
Now the terror group is making a lot of money from it.
As part of a documentary about its global operations, The American Conservatives, which airs this weekend, we are going to go behind the scenes of how ISIS sells oil in the Middle East.
For instance, what exactly is ISIS’ oil business?
We will get inside the gates of ISIS’ $100 billion global empire, from the money to the oil fields, how it buys and sells oil, how the ISIS oil network is structured, and how the profits from selling oil go to the global terror organization.
The film also reveals that ISIS’s oil business has been used to fund some of the world’s most heinous terrorist organizations, from ISIS itself to Al Qaeda and the Taliban.
But for now, the ISIS Oil Fund will continue its business as usual.
We are going undercover to find out how ISIS works, and why.
And when we get there, we will find out why ISIS is one of the most lucrative and dangerous terrorist organizations on the planet.
The ISIS Oil Bank, in a field in the Syrian desert.
When the terror organization started in Iraq in 2006, it was called the Islamic State of Iraq.
Today, ISIS is the official state terror organization in Syria, and it is the largest terrorist organization in the world.
It controls territory in Iraq and Syria and has also declared itself a caliphate in the heart of the Middle Eastern nation of Iraq and its surrounding region.
It has taken over swathes of territory across northern Syria, northern Iraq, the Kurdish areas in Turkey, and eastern Syria.
The terrorist group has now expanded its reach into neighboring countries, as well.
For years, ISIS was one of Iraq’s biggest financial backers, but its finances have become increasingly volatile as its leader, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, has lost control of his group.
Last year, the Iraqi government announced it was cutting ties with ISIS, and the U.S. has taken military action against the group.
But the terror network is still making billions in profits from its oil exports, which are smuggled through the Syrian border into neighboring Jordan, Turkey, Iraq, and beyond.
The money has allowed ISIS to finance its war and the creation of its new caliphate.
In an effort to expand its oil production, ISIS built a network of oil fields and pipelines.
Its oil pipeline network.
ISIS has a large oil field in eastern Syria called Khabur in the country’s northeastern province of Aleppo.
It is estimated that the oil in this field is worth more than $200 million per day, or more than four times the market value of all the oil exports the terrorist group makes.
It makes the terrorists the largest oil exporter in the entire world.
ISIS has also taken over some oil fields in eastern Iraq, which the U .
S. considers to be its territory.
It says that the terrorist organization controls more than one billion barrels of oil in Iraq, Syria, Jordan, and Lebanon.
The U.N. estimates that ISIS earns as much as $1 billion from the oil trade.
The oil fields ISIS has taken control of are not the only ones in its network.
The organization also controls oil fields around the Syrian city of Raqqa.
ISIS captured Raqqa in 2014 and has used the oil as its main source of revenue.
Oil fields ISIS controls in eastern Raqqa.
In the Syrian civil war, ISIS and the Syrian government have been waging a bloody war against each other for almost two years.
The Syrian government has been in control of most of the country since mid-2014.
In the summer of 2016, ISIS began a campaign to drive out the Syrian regime.
ISIS declared the establishment of a “caliphate” in Syria in August 2017.
ISIS now controls more territory than it did in 2014, and more oil fields than it had in 2017.
At the time of our interview, ISIS had a total of about 70,000 fighters and thousands of tanks and other military equipment.
It also had more than 6,000 oil fields.
ISIS was also in a state of war with Iran, which it has been fighting for the last few years.
Since 2014, the U,S., and other Western countries have been conducting airstrikes on ISIS targets, but the terror leader has remained largely unscathed.
ISIS is now a significant player in the oil industry in Syria.
Its profits are enormous, and its oil pipeline networks are a major threat to the Iraqi state.
It used to make $200 a barrel, but now it makes more than twice that.
We will also explore the role that the terror groups oil trade has played in funding Al Qaeda.
Al Qaeda is not the world leader in terror financing.
Al-Qaeda is the world terrorist organization, and there is a very real threat from them.
But ISIS is not only the most successful terror group on the earth. Al N