America cut off the flow of cash to the Central Bank of Iraq under the pretext of preventing the arrival of the currency to Daash
The Wall Street Journal in the US confirmed a report that the Treasury Department and the Federal Reserve cut US and temporarily flow of billions of dollars to the Central Bank of Iraq because of fears that being funneled to terrorist gangs Daash across some Iraqi banking companies.
The report said that "this step, which did not refer to it in the past and that relating to cessation of the cash flow by the US Treasury Department put the Iraqi financial system on the brink of crisis, and I have a sign on the climate crisis in an effort to prevent the flow of funds to the enemies of the United States in the words of the report.
The report added that "after the approval of the Iraqi officials last summer to tighten restrictions on the US dollar distribution process by the central bank, the money returned to flow again with better supervision, according to American officials and the Iraqis, but the spread of Daash" on Iraqi soil, "raising fears among US officials of the possibility of exploitation money shipments by terrorists. "
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