The treasury minister for the terror group ISIS, Bayt al-Mal, announced a pay cut for terrorists affiliated with the group due to what he called "exceptional circumstances."
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The Jerusalem Post reported terrorists could see their pay cut by as much as half because of circumstances that weren't elaborated upon, but that are being seen as a sign by some military analysts of the terror group's dwindling influence, Fox News reported.
The Pentagon revealed an airstrike in January did take out a cash stockpile belonging to ISIS that was stored in Mosul, Iraq. And according to some insiders, that could be the "exceptional circumstances" to which the treasurer referred.
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ISIS chiefs said the collection and distribution of Zakat, an Islamic tax that goes toward the poor, wouldn't be affected by the pay cut.