In the Iraqi city of Mosul, the Islamic State has banned Backgammon and Dominoes, common after-dark leisure activities during Ramadan. Another game prohibited by the group for the Muslim holy month is Al Mahibs, a traditional activity in which teams line up and try to guess which one of their opponents is holding a ring.

According to a report by Hamrin News, in lieu of games the Islamic State is organizing wrestling matches and races.

[via Radio Free Europe]