Life under Islamic State rule in Mosul one of constant fear – Many remain in Mosul, Iraq, because they can’t escape, though some say they are Content. | USA TODAY
DOHUK, Iraq — Journalists are beaten or executed as spies. Children routinely witness executions and no longer go to school. A portion of government workers‘ salaries are seized.
That is what life is like living under the brutal rule of the Islamic State in Mosul since the extremist group captured Iraq’s second largest city in 2014, according to residents lucky enough to escape to this Kurdish enclave about 45 miles to the North….