The Islamic State (IS, ISIS, ISIL) is reportedly making millions out of taxing gangs who are smuggling people out of Libya and into Europe.
The terror group is said to be demanding a fifty-percent share of the profit from migrant vessels crossing from Libya, often earning "up to £60,000 per boat," according to the Daily Mail.
Aimen Dean, a double agent who betrayed Al Qaeda secrets to MI5, says IS is now also running its own small, but well-organised people-trafficking operation.
(Source: Daily Mail)
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