Mosul, Fear and Chaos: Mosul04

On the roadside between Al-Quds and Gogjali, a couple and their daughter escape from Al-Quds neighborhood, liberated three days ago, to a safer place farthest north of Kurdistan. Mosul, Iraq on Jan. 6, 2017. They lived with other Moslawis hidden from ISIS during two and a half years in the basement of a mosque and learned the arrival of the Iraqi Forces on Alghad FM. The husband, a former police officer, has been tortured by ISIS soldiers. They are relieved to be free but fear that ISIS could come back and make flee the Iraqi Forces again.

On the roadside between Al-Quds and Gogjali, a couple and their daughter escape from Al-Quds neighborhood, liberated three days ago, to a safer place farthest north of Kurdistan. Mosul, Iraq on Jan. 6, 2017. They lived with other Moslawis hidden from ISIS during two and a half years in the basement of a mosque and learned the arrival of the Iraqi Forces on Alghad FM. The husband, a former police officer, has been tortured by ISIS soldiers. They are relieved to be free but fear that ISIS could come back and make flee the Iraqi Forces again.