Drastic changes in Life inside Mosul after a year of IS reign
Exclusive footage has been received which shows the people’s day-to-day life since the Islamic State has captured Iraq’s second city Mosul. These videos show isolated schools, women being forced to cover up their bodies and blowing up of mosques. The residents over there reported that they were living in fear of punishment. They had also described the Islamic State preparations for an expected government offensive. Since the fall of Mosul it forced hundreds of thousands of people to leave their homes. The first series in the video shows a woman being challenged for not having covered her hands completely. The Islamic State is very strict on the dressing of women. They demand that the women should be covered fully in black from head to toe. Those who objected would be brutally beaten up. The video also shows that many of the residential areas which was famous before the Islamic State capturing has become empty now. The video also shows that the fuel is in short, many constructions being halted and schools found closed.
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