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Name: Yarinef Flores Ruiz Date:05/19/17
In the photograph you can see a kid full of hurt, sadness and desperation his father got killed by the IS fighters. They were trying to escape. IS had been entrenched in Mosul for more than two years. The Iraqi government initially dropped leaflets over the city, asking residents to stay in their homes. Many people were caught in the crossfire, but some chose to escape. The UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) states that more than 96,800 people were displaced in Mosul between October and December, while around one million civilians remained trapped in the city, running low on food and drinking water and facing increasing retaliation by IS fighters. They are a really big problem to the society and to the whole world they want to get control all over the world and do whatever they want. Because of them many innocent people have died. They were responsible for many deaths caused by themselves. That's why we have to fight them because if we don't fight them now they will continue to spread throughout the world and in the future. America needs to help If we don't stop the problem now then ISIS will only getting stronger and keep taking over more of Iraq and Iran. Eventually if we don't take action soon then ISIS will take action on the U.S. and attack us. We need to stop the problem before it gets any worse and evolves into a world crisis that no one can gain control over and stop. Hundreds of thousands of civilians have fled the northern Iraqi city of Mosul as government security forces continue their military offensive to reclaim the city from so-called Islamic State (IS).
Iraqi forces are advancing further into the western half of Mosul, taking neighborhoods to the south, west and north of the old city, where just a few hundred IS fighters are believed to be holding out. Thousands of Iraqi security forces, Kurdish Peshmerga fighters, Sunni Arab tribesmen and Shia militiamen, assisted by US-led coalition warplanes and military advisers, are involved in the offensive, which was
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-middle-east-37674693launched on 17 October 2016. The government announced the full "liberation" of eastern Mosul in January 2017. But the west of the city has presented a more difficult challenge, with its narrow, winding streets.