ISIS bans canned foods in Mo­sul

The Kurdish Globe - - NEWS -

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.

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