WASHINGTON (AP) – The USA is imposing sanctions on an Islamic State group official the U.S. says has served as a prime financing chief for the extremist group.
The Treasury Division says Salim Mustafa Muhammad al-Mansur has raised cash for the trigger since 2009, when he was a commander for the al-Qaida affiliate in Iraq that advanced into IS. The U.S. accuses him of funneling Iraqi dinars into the northern metropolis of Mosul in 2014 and laundering cash in 2015.
The U.S. says in 2016, Mansur bought crude oil for IS and that he is been lively in 2017 as a “finance emir” regardless of having moved to Turkey.
The Treasury Division is deeming Mansur a specifically designated international terrorist. The sanctions freeze any U.S. belongings and block People from coping with him.
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