Watch: Startling Drone Footage Shows What Mosul Looks Like After 8 Months Of Fighting

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Watch: Startling Drone Footage Shows What Mosul Looks Like After 8 Months Of Fighting- SHTFPlan

 

 

Despite being outnumbered 15-1, ISIS forces swiftly captured the Iraqi city of Mosul in 2014, before declaring their monstrous caliphate. It was the victory that put them on the map, and it left hundreds of thousands of refugees in its wake. But three years later, Iraqi forces have nearly finished retaking the city, and are in the process of mopping up the few remaining ISIS fighters who are clinging to several acres of territory along the Tigris river. It’s taken 8 months of near constant fighting, but the city of Mosul, which was once the largest city ruled by ISIS, has nearly fallen.

So what does a city look like after being fought over for nearly a year? Recently released drone footage has revealed the extent of the damage, most notably the destruction of the Grand Al-Nuri Mosque, which used to look like this:

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But now looks like this after ISIS detonated the building just before it could be captured by Iraqi forces:

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Posted by Francesco Abbruzzino – The Uncensored Report on Tuesday, July 4, 2017

As you can see however, the rest of the city looks pretty bleak as well. That’s because the population has declined from roughly 1,800,000 people to 664,000 people over the past three years.

Take note. This is what a city really looks like when the SHTF.

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