While the liberation of Mosul is complete the war against ISIS continues. In the last months of 2017 during the battle for control of the city Iraqi forces clashed with Islamic State militants in the rubble of the narrow lanes of the Old City of west Mosul – fighting house to house among thousands of trapped and terrified civilians. From the mass graves and burning oil fields of northern Iraq to the prisons and slave markets of Mosul, the shared testimony of Iraqi’s who have fled Islamic State occupation are unimaginable in their cruelty. Islamic State militants now move among...
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