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Shrinking funds spark divisions within ISIS: Report

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The Syrian Observatory reported that ISIS reduced the salaries of its fighters and its elements in Al-Raqqah, widely angering the Syrian fighters who suspect that the decision to cut their salaries returns to raising the salaries of foreign and Arab fighters. The reports indicated that the financial suffering of the organization is increasing due to its loss of large sums of money, after the coalition bombardment in Mosul, and cutting off roads on the oil smuggling.