Mosul residents flee Daesh hell to Kurdish-controlled camps – Newsweek Middle East

In Hasansham camp a 41-year-old father of nine stood outside his tent and warned that people in the camp could not speak freely because Daesh had messengers among them.

“I don’t have a problem with Daesh,” says a young man who used to sell bikes in Mosul, as he walked back towards the entrance of the camp, which by now, without any power, was almost pitch black. He wanted to join Daesh, but his dad wouldn’t let him. Read here.

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