The so-called Islamic state in Iraq and Syria (ISIS) is considering a law to ban makeup, men's jeans, long hair and couples talking in public, reported Al-Jazeera news channel. The proposal is seen as part of a wider push for implanting Taliban-style public laws in territories under ISIS control. Abu Bakr Al-Baghdadi announced that this law would boost moral and religious values of Iraqi and Syrian people. “Our job is to protect the Iraqi people from being exposed to the un-Islamic way of life and poor morals”, reads his announcement. Previously, ISIS imposed on the people of Mosul strange decisions eliminating enforcing Afghan style clothing on men and veils for women, as well as the prevention of smoking, Falafel stands, as well as preventing the delivery of ration cards to religious minorities and Christians and also told the citizens to hand over their identification cards for the issuance of new identities for them bearing the logo of the organization. Also ISIS banned women from working and stopped people watching television and playing music. Should the new law take effect, people in relatively, modern Mousl say it could lead to wide protests against the radical militants?