Islamic State group (IS) affiliates in the Libyan city of Sirte, burned a big quantities of school books enlisted in the curriculum of primary and middle school.
Witnesses explain that books were totally burned in stores. IS believes these books to be anti-Sharia and should be executed.
The group is, reportedly, holding such actions to terrorize people so that they will abide by IS rules.
In Sirte, IS imposes taxes on shop owners. It also cancelled courts and started changing school curriculums.