A member of the UK Parliament has been accused of playing a pivotal role in ISIL terrorists’ black market oil business.
According to some reports published on social networks, Nadhim Zahawi is involved in trading oil derived from ISIL-controlled fields in Iraq.
Reports say Nadhim Zahawi, the Conservative MP for Stratford-upon-Avon, has been buying crude at a very low price (between $12 to $30 per barrel) from ISIL terrorists and transporting it to Israel and European markets through Turkey and the Mediterranean Sea.
The Tory MP, who sat on an influential House of Commons Select Committee during the last parliament, has already been involved in oil business with the Kurdistan Regional Government.
Born in Iraq to Kurdish parents, the Tory MP is believed to have significant influence in the region.
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