A systematic operation to smuggle foreign currency from Iraqi Kurdistan to Turkey through banks affiliated with Barzani’s party

A systematic operation to smuggle foreign currency from Iraqi Kurdistan to Turkey through banks affiliated with Barzani’s party


A systematic operation to smuggle foreign currency from Iraqi Kurdistan to Turkey through banks affiliated with Barzanis partyThe process of smuggling hard currency, from Iraq to abroad, is one of the most difficult challenges facing the government of Muhammad Shia al-Sudani, and the regulatory institutions in the government, because of its extremely negative impact on market movement, raising prices, and damaging the Iraqi economy.

This process is carried out systematically in the Kurdistan region through banks owned by the Kurdistan Democratic Party, which smuggles it to Turkey in various ways.

This was revealed by political observer Sabah Al-Ukaili, who accused the Kurdistan Democratic Party of smuggling hard currency into Turkey through banks and private banks, the majority of which the party owns within the region.

Al-Ugaili told Al-Maalouma, “The obstacle facing the Sudanese government and the Central Bank is the smuggling of hard currency from within the Kurdistan region through Turkish territory and in various ways.”

He added, “The private banks and banks affiliated with the Democratic Party have networks spread throughout the Iraqi governorates. They collect hard currency and buy it from the black market and then transfer it to the banks and banks of the region and then to Turkish territory.”

He called on the government to “take strict measures to deal with the region to prevent the smuggling of hard currency.”

This operation is also going according to the plan of the Zionist Mossad, which has endless activity in the Kurdistan region.

The leader of the Al-Fatah Alliance, Ali Hussein Al-Fatlawi, confirmed the existence of collusion between the region and spy networks working to smuggle hard currency through the region’s gateway to Turkey, indicating that behind these networks is the Zionist Mossad.

Al-Fatlawi told Al-Maalouma, “The region’s relationship with the Zionist Mossad and its presence inside the region is not a secret to anyone, as the Mossad’s activity is clear and its extension is known through networks of smuggling hard currency through banking companies and private banks.”

He added, “These networks and private banks operate freely under the full protection of the Kurdistan Democratic Party, which is led by the Barzani family,” explaining that “the real goal behind the process of smuggling hard currency to the Turkish side is to weaken the center and the political process, security-wise and economically.”

The annual report of the Zionist Intelligence Service for Foreign Affairs “Mossad” revealed the size of the large Zionist incursion into Iraqi territory, especially in the Iraqi Kurdistan region.

The Hebrew Radio said that the Mossad’s annual report for 2004 revealed the presence of more than 100 Zionist intelligence personnel in Iraqi Kurdistan, and that the Mossad succeeded in establishing a spy outpost in this region, which led shortly after to the Zionist security services controlling the situation in Iraqi Kurdistan.

The report indicated that the intelligence missions of the Mossad outpost in Kurdistan include spying on neighboring countries. The report – parts of which were not clear why it was leaked to the media – stated that those responsible for that spy outpost succeeded in recruiting agents for them from the Kurds and some other Arab nationalities, working in the service of the Mossad outpost in Kurdistan. The Mossad, according to the Hebrew report, Zionist spies trained many Kurds in some security operations aimed at carrying out sabotage operations, of course.

He stressed that the establishment (1931-1965) was at a Kurdish request, and Zionists found interest in it, the least of which was ensuring the immigration of Iraqi Jews. The Israeli response was part of the implementation of the “periphery strategy,” which assumes the necessity of establishing relations and alliances with non-Arab peripheral countries and nationalities.