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ISIS burns hundreds of Christian books in Mosul in its latest attempt to wipe the religion from civi

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ISIS burns hundreds of Christian books in Mosul in its latest attempt to wipe the religion from civi

Post by Lobo on Fri 11 Mar 2016, 5:33 pm

ISIS burns hundreds of Christian books in Mosul in its latest attempt to wipe the religion from civilisation 

  • Footage shows militant tossing books onto a bonfire in Iraqi city of Mosul 
  • ISIS have sought purge society of anything 'blasphemous towards Allah'
  • Come after terror group destroyed 10,000 rare books in Mosul last year 

By Simon Tomlinson for MailOnline
Published: 10:09 EST, 11 March 2016 | Updated: 10:15 EST, 11 March 2016
ISIS has released a video purporting to show members of its religious police burning hundreds of Christian books which it considers blasphemous towards Allah.
The footage shows a militant tossing pamphlets and manuscripts bearing crucifixes on the front cover onto a bonfire in the terror group's stronghold of Mosul in northern Iraq.
It is the latest incident in which the jihadists have sought to purge society of anything that doesn't conform to their violent interpretation of Islam.


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Bonfire of the Christianities: ISIS has released a video purporting to show members of its religious police burning hundreds of Christian books which it considers blasphemous towards Allah


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Up in smoke: The destruction of the books is the latest case in which the jihadists have sought to purge society of anything that doesn't conform to their violent interpretation of Islam




The video was posted online yesterday by its news agency Amaq with the title: 'Diwan of education destroys Christian instruction books in Mosul.' 
The Diwan Al-Hisba – or Chamber of Morality Police – was set up by ISIS soon after seizing swathes of territory in its lightning offensive through Iraq and Syria in June 2014.
It is responsible for enforcing the group's warped version of sharia law and imposes penalties ranging from flogging for minor misdemeanors like smoking to amputations and beheadings. 
In February last year, it destroyed around 10,000 books and more than 700 rare manuscripts when it blew up the main library in Mosul.
They are thought to have included its collection of Iraqi newspapers dating to the early 20th century, maps and books from the Ottoman Empire and book collections contributed by around 100 of Mosul's establishment families.
Speaking at the time, one local said a bearded militant told him: 'These books promote infidelity and call for disobeying Allah. So they will be burned.'


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The video was posted online on Thursday by its news agency Amaq with the title: 'Diwan of education destroys Christian instruction books in Mosul' – a reference to an arm of Diwan Al-Hisba, the ISIS religious police
The group has also destroyed many archaeological relics such as Palmyra in Syria, deeming them pagan, and even Islamic sites are considered idolatrous. 
Mosul, the biggest city in the Islamic State group's self-declared caliphate, boasts a relatively educated, diverse population that seeks to preserve its heritage sites and libraries.
In the chaos that followed the U.S.-led invasion of 2003 that toppled Saddam Hussein, residents near the Central Library hid some of its centuries-old manuscripts in their own homes to prevent their theft or destruction by looters.
But this time, the Islamic State group has made the penalty for such actions death.
A University of Mosul history professor, who spoke on condition he not be named because of his fear of the Islamic State group, said the extremists started wrecking the collections of other public libraries in December 2014.
He reported particularly heavy damage to the archives of a Sunni Muslim library, the library of the 265-year-old Latin Church and Monastery of the Dominican Fathers and the Mosul Museum Library with works dating back to 5000 BC.

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3487751/ISIS-burns-hundreds-Christian-books-Mosul-latest-attempt-wipe-religion-society.html#ixzz42dkATJz8

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