Al-Qaeda Extorting Money From Iraqi Citizens: Ninawa Officials
|October 22, 2013||Filled under Iraq Daily News|
The Ninawa provincial council’s defence and security committee on Monday (October 21st) said al-Qaeda is extorting money from Iraqi citizens in order to obtain funds for its operations.
“Al-Qaeda cells have begun financing themselves by imposing fees on traders, owners of companies and large stores, exchange firms and well-to-do citizens, threatening them with death unless they pay,” committee chairman Mohammed Ibrahim told Al-Shorfa.
Security leaders held an emergency meeting in response and devised a plan to capture these elements, he said.
Ibrahim urged citizens not to give in to such threats and to report such incidents to security forces.
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