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ISIS burns non-religious books in Mosul, says Kurdish official

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(IraqiNews.com) Dohuk – Media official of the Kurdistan Democratic Party in Mosul Saeed Mamouzini revealed on Wednesday, that ISIS carried out raids to search for non-religious books in houses in Mosul, stressing that the organization burned five personal offices during the raids.

Mamouzini said in an interview for IraqiNews.com, “ISIS recently conducted raids in search of non-religious books and scientific publications in the houses in Mosul,” noting that “this operation comes to prevent every idea, which is not compatible with the perspective of the organization.”

Mamouzini added: “The organization burned five personal offices including hundreds of scientific, cultural and historical books in Mosul al-Jadida area west of Mosul,” pointing out that “ISIS has started behaving brutally in order to spread terror among the citizens.”



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