ISIS bans canned foods in Mosul
Head of Kurdistan Democratic Party’s (KDP) Headquarters in Mosul, Esmat Rajab, said that ISIS has banned eating and selling canned foods in occupied territories in Iraq because they are against the form of Sharia law they impose.
As part of the terror group's "repent or die" rules imposed on towns and cities it overruns smoking and drinking are also strictly banned.
Citizens of Mosul are told: 'No drugs, no alcohol and no cigarettes allowed.' Now they are also told ‘No canned foods’.
Rajab also said ISIS killed Majhar Hamdoon, who was an Iraqi army of- ficer. His dead body was send to autopsy in Mosul on Tuesday.
Another strange decision made by ISIS, according to Rajab, is that whoever living in renting houses, must pay the rent to the ISIS instead of the owners of the houses.