In villages near Mosul, retaken by Iraqi forces, residents are blowing up the homes of Daesh who have fled in the face of the advancing forces and even exhuming bodies of Daesh "fighters" from their graves.
"It soothes the soul," said Jasim, as he prepared to detonate the house - his 79th since security forces regained control of the area. "There are still many left".
Jasim's motives are both patriotic and personal. His own home in another village nearby was blown up by Islamic State, and 27 members of his extended family have disappeared or been killed by the group including a 10-year-old boy.
Now comes revenge; the formerly terrorized are now eradicating all traces of Daesh from their lands. It seems sort of extreme, but then extremism is rather a constant in that part of the world.