Frank26 » November 11th, 2014,
KTFA FAMILY....... I AM TIRED ...... I AM DONE...... TIME TO SHOCK THE NET...... JOIN ME ON YOUR CC TONIGHT......AMEN!
gfulcher66 » November 11th, 2014, well thats exciting IMO!!
Frank saying he is tired is just stating a fact that anyone would feel in his shoes (Moses)
Frank saying he is done is a replication of the past month, we really are almost done with cc's/post IR her we come
Tonight is our Bible Study CC. I will begin the call at 7:30pm EST.
After Bible Study has finished I will update you on the latest with the IQD according to articles and Iraqi TV.
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quattro1 » November 11th, 2014,
Uhhh ... What does the former dictator of Libya (Gaddafi) and the former dictator of Iraq (Saddam Hussein) have in common?
Well ... besides the fact that they're both dead ... both of those boys had big ambitions for a "gold dinar" too ... and remember how "argument" ended?
As "BackDoc" might say ... OZ doesn't care for those who mess with it's monopoly.
For those who need a refresher ... watch this ...
walkongstick : :Now ISIS wants to introduce its own currency: Plans to bring back solid gold and silver dinar coins announced in Iraqi mosques
ISIS said to be planning to introduce its own currency to areas it controls
Militants allegedly want to bring back the dinar - an ancient Islamic currency
The original dinar currency consisted of purely gold and silver round coins
By EMMA GLANFIELD FOR MAILONLINE
PUBLISHED: 15:42 EST, 10 November 2014 | UPDATED: 08:00 EST, 11 November 2014
ISIS apparently wants to introduce its own currency and plans to bring back gold and silver dinar coins (above)
ISIS wants to introduce its own currency and plans to bring back solid gold and silver dinar coins, it has emerged.
The Middle East terror group apparently wants to introduce its own Islamic currency as part of its attempts to solidify its makeshift caliphate.
Militants are said to want to bring back the original dinar, which is an ancient currency from early Islam, and religious figures in Mosul and Iraq’s Nineveh province have apparently announced its return in mosques.
The currency known as the dinar, which once consisted purely of gold and silver coins, is today used by a variety of countries, but the coins are created from different materials to the originals.
However, the jihadi group is understood to be planning to return to the original gold and silver coins, which were first introduced during the Caliphate of Uthman in 634 CE.
The original Islamic dinar was a gold coin which was the weight of gold equivalent to 4.3 grams. Its silver counterpart, known as the Islamic dirham, was a silver coin equal in weight to 3 grams of silver.
Both were round in shape and one side of the coin was typically stamped with an Islamic message, while the other side featured the date of minting and the country’s ruler.
While ISIS has yet to confirm the introduction of its currency, social media is awash with claims that leading religious figures announced the plans during recent prayers in Mosul and Nineveh province.
It is believed the terror outfit wants to use the independent currency in areas it controls as part of its war on the West.
The currency, which could be introduced within the next few weeks, will involve changing from regular dinars and Lira to golden dinars and silver dirhams.
Last month, it emerged that ISIS, which also goes by the name Islamic State, is raking in money at a remarkable rate - earning about $1million a day from black market oil sales alone.
The group extracts oil from territory captured across Syria and Iraq, and sells it to smugglers.
David Cohen, who leads the Treasury Department's effort to undermine the Islamic State's finances, said the extremists also get several million dollars a month from wealthy donors, extortion rackets and other criminal activities, such as robbing banks.
In addition, he said the group has taken in at least $20million in ransom payments this year from kidnappings.
Mr Cohen said ISIS, which is led by Iraqi Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi,obtains the vast majority of its revenues through local criminal and terrorist activities.