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ISIS sells Christian loot at jihad bazaar

February 8, 2015

ISIS is funded in part from sales of illegally seized “Nazarene” (Christian) belongings. ISIS refers to the stolen merchandise as “spoils”—terminology chosen to reinforce the legitimacy under sharia law of dispossessing infidels of their property as described in the Koran, Sura 8, “The Spoils of War.” It has been estimated earlier that 12 percent of ISIS’s revenues come from concepts of taxation such as jizya and khums that are permitted by Islamic law.

From AINA on Feb. 2:

ISIS Opens Market in Mosul for Stolen Assyrian Property

Mosul (AINA) — ISIS has opened a special market to sell property it looted from Assyrian homes and churches in Mosul. The market, called “Spoils Of The Nazarenes,” sells televisions, refrigerators, microwave ovens and other electronic devices, as well as furniture and artwork. Prices range from 50,000 to 75,000 Iraqi Dinars ($42 to $63).

ISIS captured the city of Mosul on June 10. Almost immediately thereafter it began to drive Assyrians out of Mosul and destroy Christian and non-Sunni institutions. It imposed a poll tax (jizya) on Assyrians, ordered unmarried women to ‘Jihad by sex’, destroyed the statue of the Virgin Mary at the Immaculate Church of the Highest in the neighborhood of AlShafa in Mosul, as well as the statue of Mullah Osman Al-Musali…

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  1. […] Money Jihad coverage of ISIS’s reliance on khums is here, here, here, and […]



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