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Pentagon: US strikes on the oil resources of the Islamic state

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Pentagon: US strikes on the oil resources of the Islamic state



11/14/15


The US Department of Defense (Pentagon) on Friday that the air strikes led by the United States in Syria have caused "serious damage" the capabilities of the organization of the Islamic state to finance its operations.
Said Colonel Steve Warren, a Pentagon spokesman in a press statement that the raids carried out recently within the air operation, which bears the name of (the second tidal wave) focused on oil installations in Deir al-Zour that two-thirds of which comes from oil revenues organization.
Warren added, "We believe that it cut off oil supplies, we will accelerate the destruction of Daash (Islamic state)."
Warren said that the first strike in the alliance process was on the old oil field on 21 October and has since been intensified air strikes.
He went on Warren says the strikes that took place within the process of the tidal wave caused "serious damage" the capabilities of the organization to finance its operations.
And despite the fact that the air strikes were aimed at oil installations in the former Warren she said it was targeting parts easy to repair or change.
Warren said, "then we have a detailed analysis to determine how we can attack the oil fields to disable it for a longer period mainly."
He added that the goal is not to destroy oil installations but completely shut down for longer periods.
"We will come a time after the war, end the war and therefore do not want to completely and permanently destroy the facilities can not be repaired."
Says Frederick Hoff, a senior fellow at the Atlantic Council think tank that the oil revenues, one of the largest sources of income of the Islamic state, which means that the process may have a significant impact on the terrorist organization.
"This is a very shrinking revenue process and seek to eliminate what I think it is very vital source of revenue for Daash."
Said Colonel Steve Warren, a Pentagon spokesman in a press statement that the raids carried out recently within the air operation, which bears the name of (the second tidal wave) focused on oil installations in Deir al-Zour that two-thirds of which comes from oil revenues organization.
Warren added, "We believe that it cut off oil supplies, we will accelerate the destruction of Daash (Islamic state)."
Warren said that the first strike in the alliance process was on the old oil field on 21 October and has since been intensified air strikes.
He went on Warren says the strikes that took place within the process of the tidal wave caused "serious damage" the capabilities of the organization to finance its operations.
And despite the fact that the air strikes were aimed at oil installations in the former Warren she said it was targeting parts easy to repair or change.
Warren said, "then we have a detailed analysis to determine how we can attack the oil fields to disable it for a longer period mainly."
He added that the goal is not to destroy oil installations but completely shut down for longer periods.
"We will come a time after the war, end the war and therefore do not want to completely and permanently destroy the facilities can not be repaired."
Says Frederick Hoff, a senior fellow at the Atlantic Council think tank that the oil revenues, one of the largest sources of income of the Islamic state, which means that the process may have a significant impact on the terrorist organization.
"This is a very shrinking revenue process and seek to eliminate what I think it is very vital source of revenue for Daash."

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