Mosul’s Passage of Death

ISIL announced that the western bank of Mosul is (Dar Al-Islam) (the land of the believers) and the eastern bank is (Dar Al-Kufr) (the land of the infidals), and anyone trues to cross to the eastern bank will be considered a “Kafir” (an infidal) and death is what one would face trying to cross. Mosulis risk a lot to cross to the eastern bank where the liberated areas are, and the cost they pay is too high.

The cost to cross is death, and staying at the western bank means death too. Families tried to cross over through the narrow passage that is less than a meter wide of the collapsed fifth bridge, but their attempt cost them their lives; ISIL killed the family’s father and took his wife and children just because they tried to flee ISIL.

Those who live on the western bank of Mosul are living death in every moment, where there is no water,no power, no food, no fuel, and no peace.

Mosul is now torn down on the middle of both its sides. Those who stayed on the eastern bank are living under ISIL’s mortar shells and snipers, and those who live on the western bank are seiged, trying everything to escape death with no success.

They lost the last string of hope, and the last string to safety and peace.

One thought on “Mosul’s Passage of Death

  1. Myself and many of my compatriots are thinking of the people of Mosul and the awful situation you are in by no fault of your own, we agonize over it and try to think of anything we can do to help or brothers and sisters there. Please know this, and if there is anyway we can make a difference we would and we will. Please know you and your beautiful families are not forgotten. May God watch over you.

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