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A family departing from a place they called home practically their whole life. Such events in this photo is tragic the Iraq government forcing families to stay in their homes some people didn’t have a choice others chose to escape. About 1 million people were trapped in their homes running low on food and water and having to face ISIS fighters. People feared of the ISIS retaliation but still choose to escape not knowing the consequences behind their actions. The family in the car seems urgent to finally escape while the car in the back seems to be having car troubles. In the background a lot of smoke coming from a city and doesn’t seem like there is a road to travel on nothing but debris of what’s left in Mosul.
What my picture depicts is a family fleeing from Mosul as oil fields burn in Qayyarah. Due to the oil fields burning is from ISIS taking over Mosul and thousands of families fleeing from the disaster. Thousands of families were separated due to ISIS threats and their violent and ruthless tactics. People being placed displacement camps and the survivors escaping were traumatized. ISIS threatens to kill 350,000 children who try to escape in a trapped city there was huge risk for families. Til this day ISIS is still attempting to become a Islamic state with their leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi. Our only option would be to take down ISIS but with such conflict going on U.S. prefers to stay hidden. In the past U.S. had trouble with ISIS attacks so the government thinks.
I think what ISIS is doing is wrong making families leave their homes because of all oil burns in the city of Mosul. Til present day Iraq is still at war trying to become a Islamic state. I think the photo is sad and outrageous because of the fact that families must leave their homes that they grew up in and just leave it all behind because of war. War is what tears families apart whether there in the war fighting or caught in between war. But no solution has been done to keep families united. Iraq is on a rampage of killing viciously with no remorse of people who don’t follow Shia traditions. About 10% of the world is made up of 10% who don’t follow Shia traditions. Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi is on a mission for the world to become a Islamic state and will demolish anyone who doesn’t follow.
Nothing can be done but prepared to retaliate when the time comes. The Islamic State is capable of anything or nothing. The vicious killings could be stopped. Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi can submit to his wrongs and receive capital punishment. Lives have been separated, people unemployed.
The photo gives significant amount of stories behind it and so many questions to ask. Families moving on to create another home and restart. Such families like the one in the photo having to leave behind everything and nothing.