Isis Papers: leaked documents show how Isis Is Building its Caliphate

The Isis papers: leaked documents show how Isis is building its state | World news | The Guardian
The 24-page document, obtained by the Guardian, sets out a blueprint for establishing foreign relations, a fully fledged propaganda operation, and centralised control over oil, gas and the other vital parts of the economy.
Analysis The Isis papers: behind 'death cult' image lies a methodical bureaucracy
From control of oil and land to rules governing leisure, internal memos seen by the Guardian show how deliberate Isis’s state-building exercise has been
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The manual, written last year and entitled Principles in the administration of the Islamic State, lays bare Isis’s state-building aspirations and the ways in which it has managed to set itself apart as the richest and most destabilising jihadi group of the past 50 years.

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