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Take our short screener now. Iraq's military said troops were in "full control" the eastern side of Mosul [al-Alam]. The abandoned paperwork found in the flashpoint Iraqi city of Mosul details reasons for dismissals among IS' Islamic Police known as the Hisba, Iranian news network al-Alam reported on Wednesday.
Another document lists the reason for dismissal as "complaints about alcohol drinking and frequenting whore houses". Another cop was given the axe because he was caught "sexually harassing women in the marketplace while dressed in an Islamic police uniform". IS' "morality police" have imposed a hard-line Sunni interpretation of Islamic behaviour in areas under the group's control.
The force checks the length of men's beards and enforces bans on smoking as well as Western-style dress. In , photos emerged of a metal cage placed in a square in IS' de facto Syrian capital of Raqqa. Residents were reportedly held in the public jail cell for up to 24 hours for violations such as wearing jeans, smoking cigarettes or being late for prayers.
On Wednesday, Iraq's military said government troops were in "full control" of the entire eastern side of Mosul after expelling IS militants, three months after an offensive was launched against the extremist bastion. Staff General Talib al-Sheghati told reporters that the left bank of the Tigris River that divides the city had been "liberated".
The offensive, Iraq's largest military operation in years with tens of thousands of fighters involved, began with a focus on sparsely populated areas around Mosul. The west bank of Mosul is a bit smaller but is home to the narrow streets of the Old City, which are impassable to most military vehicles, and to some of the city's most loyal extremist neighbourhoods. Control of towns in Iraq and Syria is likely to be handed over from armed Kurdish groups to local affiliated franchises in exchange for their withdrawal, writes Paul Iddon.