ISIS in Libya burns ‘un-Islamic’ instruments
ISIS militants have previously been pictured burning cartons of cigarettes and shisha tobacco
Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) militants in Libya have released photos burning musical instruments, due to them being “un-Islamic.”
The photos, which were released by an ISIS media wing, show masked militants setting fire to drums and saxophones.
The instruments had been seized by the religious police, and were destroyed near the port city of Derna, east of the desert nation, the Daily Mail reported.
ISIS militants have previously been pictured burning cartons of cigarettes and shisha tobacco in its strongholds of Raqqa in Syria and Mosul in Iraq, as well as other items they regard as “Haram” (forbidden in Islam.)
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