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Documents regarding salaries and bonuses paid to Islamic State fighters have revealed that radical militants are not only encouraged, but rewarded for keeping more sex slaves, as well as for having more children and wives, who are often forced into marriage. Al-Tamimi offered in his analysis that the records suggest IS is struggling to compensate its members, and is being forced to ration electricity, fuel and other resources.
Other parts of the document forbid IS fighters from using vehicles for personal reasons, calling it "causing an unjustified waste" of the governorate's resources, that was "reaching the point of forbidden excess. The document dictates: "It has therefore been decided to direct all brothers not to use vehicles … except by permission.
Al-Tamimi argued, however, that despite the financial challenges that IS seems to be facing, that does not mean that the terror group is necessarily growing weaker. It's just not the case. IS has been accused of serious human rights abuses, including the mass rape of women and girls, by the U. The terror group's actions in Iraq and Syria have been declared a genocide by the U.
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