ISIL terrorist elements have banned the study of philosophy and chemistry in schools in the northern Syrian city of Raqqa and established a so-called “Islamic curriculum” for students.
The Takfiri terrorists asked teachers and school directors to prepare their deviant version of “Islamic education system” in the schools of Raqqa, which would be reviewed by a board of education appointed by ISIL, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights (SOHR) said on Friday.
The education experts belonging to the ISIL decided to exclude chemistry and philosophy from the educational program because “they do not fit in with the laws of God”, the SOHR reported.
The ISIL promised adequate wages to teachers and principals after the government of Syria could not pay their salaries following the takeover of Raqqa by Takfiri terrorists.
ISIL terror elements closed several schools in the province, which had an educational program consistent with the Syrian government or with rival extremist brigades which controlled Raqqa before them.
The armed insurgents on Thursday killed nine members of rival extremist groups in the Syrian town of Akhtarin in northern Aleppo province. They also stoned to death one of their insurgents, a Tunisian, in Deir ez-Zor city.
The ISIL controls Raqqa and large parts of Deir Al Zor, where various armed militants have sworn allegiance to the terrorist group.