Dreaded Islamic State terrorist Sami Jasim arrested for Rs 37 crore reward

Baghdad - Iraqhas reported that it has detained a top leader of the dreaded islamic state (ISIS) and a terrorist who carried out a long-term cross-border operation of al-Qaida (Al-Qaida). Iraqi PM Mustafa al-Kadimi (Mustafa al-Kadhimi) tweeted this information.

He said the arrested terrorist has been identified as Sami Jasim (Sami Jasim). The terrorist worked as a deputy leader of the IS while under Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi (Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi). Al-Qadimi described the iraqi forces' operation to arrest the terrorist as one of the toughest cross-border intelligence operations. Jasim was awarded a reward of Rs 5 million (Rs 37 crore) by the US State Department's Rewards for Justice program.

He said the terrorist also worked as an assistant in finance management for Islamic State terror operations. The State Department reported that Jasim served as IS deputy in southern Mosul in 2014. The terrorist allegedly served as finance minister of the IS. It oversaw money from illegal sale of oil, gas, antiquities and minerals.

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