New ISIS Currency

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The terror group ISIS which is led by Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi has announced in recent prayers in Nineveh and Mosul province that ISIS wants to use its own new currency. The new independent currency is to be used in areas under it controls to continue funding the war on the West.

Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi wants to bring back solid gold and silver dinar coins, it has emerged they want to introduce Gold and Silver dinar coins as part of the new Islamic currency in an attempt to solidify its makeshift caliphate.

By introducing its own currency which could be introduced in to Nineveh and Mosul province within the next few weeks, will involve changing from the current dinar and Lira made from different materials to gold dinars and silver dirhams.

The new ISIS dinar would consist of purely gold and silver coins where this currency originated from being used in 634 CE during the Caliphate of Uthman time.

The ISIS Islamic dinar will be a gold coin which will be in weight of gold equivalent to 4.3 grams.
The ISIS Islamic silver dirhams will be smaller where the silver coin in weight will be 3 grams.

It is speculated that the gold and silver coins will be round in shape and stamped with an ISIS Islamic message while the other side will feature the date of minting and the country’s ruler.

The new ISIS currency will be funded by the sale of oil on the black market which is raking the terrorist group over several million a day and funding from $20 million in ransom payments from this year alone from kidnappings. In additional million of dollars a month is donated from wealthy donors, extortion rackets and other criminal activities, such as robbing banks which is led by Iraqi Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi.

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