ISIS has money problems

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SYRIA – Terror group ISIS finds itself facing an all-too-familiar problem: its members and subjects believe they are underpaid and underserved.

ISIS raised more than a billion dollars last year — most of it through taxes on the 8 million people it claims to represent. But according to Business Insider, its recruits and citizens say ISIS is spending most of the money on weapons, not on human services.

What’s more, women — especially doctors — resent being locked out of the workplace under Sharia law.

Many of them are choosing not to stay.

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