(BusinessInsider) A US-led raid on the compound housing the Islamic State's 'chief financial officer' produced evidence that Turkish officials directly dealt with ranking ISIS members, Martin Chulov ofthe Guardian reported recently.
Islamic State official Abu Sayyaf was responsible for directing the terror army's oil and gas operations in Syria. Islamic State (aka ISIS, ISIL, or Daesh) earns up to $US10 million per month selling oil on black markets.
Documents and flash drives seized during the Sayyaf raid reportedly revealed links "so clear" and "undeniable" between Turkey and ISIS "that they could end up having profound policy implications for the relationship between us and Ankara," a senior western official familiar with the captured intelligence told the Guardian.
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