The sanctions also include imprisoning anyone who is late to prayer in the group’s de-facto capital, Raqqa, Syria.
Violators will be jailed for ten days during which they will take an Islamic course and forced to take a test — those that pass are released and those that don’t will be fined and held until they pass.
The new restrictions were revealed by Raqqa is Being Slaughtered Silently, an activist group that regularly leaks information from inside the city.
The militants carried out a mass cigarette burning this month and posters featuring images of burning human lungs are seen throughout the territory in an effort to warn citizens of smoking’s “slow suicide.”
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