Israel purchases 77% of Kurdish oil supply to fund fight against ISIS

Report claims first shipment to arrive via Turkey and be sold by Israel due to natural energy initiates

Oil fields in Iraq (Reuters)

Oil fields in Iraq (Reuters)

Israel reported that it purchased 77 % of oil supplied from the Kurdish population in Iraq. The purchase was made to fund the Kurdish campaign against the Islamic State.

A one-third oil shipment will leave through a Turkish port to Israel.

Kurdish forces have been militarily fighting ISIS through out the Middle East, mainly from Turkey.

Israel, which recently signed its natural gas deals and is rapidly converting to natural energy, and will reportedly sell the oil according the Reuters.

The Kurdish government reportedly denied the transaction as Israeli-Kurdish relations are secret.