News emerged this week that three boys in Iraq were flogged by Isis for the "crime" of playing football.
Activists told local media that one of the boys was wearing a Lionel Messi shirt, which the militants ripped up.
Following that punishment, it has been reported by activist groups in the region that Isis has banned the following logos:
Funny of #ISIL in #Iraq banned Te-Shirts have this logos and the Western flags, and will punish by 80Lashes pic.twitter.com/nq8IktZjF3— Hamoud Al-Mousa (@hamoud_almousa) September 22, 2016
The logos on the poster include the national flags of the USA, France, Germany and England, Nike and Adidas logos and the badges of Real Madrid, AC Milan and Messi's FC Barcelona.
A tweet from the Iraqi PMU - a government-funded umbrella group of mostly Shia militias - claimed its fighters would start wearing the logos into battle in order to spite Isis.
#BREAKING - #ISIS bans civilians wearing t-shirt with these logos. #Iraqi #PMU will begin wearing these shirts/logos when fighting #ISIS pic.twitter.com/4ET73d1sY1— Iraqi PMU English (@pmu_english) September 22, 2016
While reports of Isis banning football and related logos cannot be independently verified, it is consistent with similar rulings on sport, as the Independent reports.
Last month, the terror group ruled that football was "un-Islamic" and banned referees because they enforce "laws of Fifa not Sharia".