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Two years after the liberation of Mosul .. Thousands of buildings destroyed without reconstruction DinarDailyUpdates?bg=330099&fg=FFFFFF&anim=1

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Two years after the liberation of Mosul .. Thousands of buildings destroyed without reconstruction Empty Two years after the liberation of Mosul .. Thousands of buildings destroyed without reconstruction

Post by RamblerNash on Thu Jul 11, 2019 12:04 am

Two years after the liberation of Mosul .. Thousands of buildings destroyed without reconstruction

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Saif Al - Obaidi   10/07/2019 - 21:16

Two years after the liberation of Mosul from the grip of a terrorist organization, destruction continues to be the most prominent feature of the city, especially the old area where there is little effort to rebuild there.

Mosul, announced by former Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, lost during the war according to the official statistics of its infrastructure almost completely, and the percentage of destruction in the old area is 99%.

The victory coalition said in a statement that «the day of 10 July 2017 the day of the liberation of Mosul al-Hadba, was the day of the victory of Iraq on the preacher of terrorism and sectarianism and darkness».

He called on the coalition to cherish the victory achieved in Mosul and stressed that the victory is not for sale and will not be, according to the statement.

Abadi's coalition has clearly ignored the destruction, killing and killing of civilians and the displacement of hundreds of thousands of people in displacement camps.

On June 17, 2016, Iraqi forces launched a nine-month military operation that announced the liberation of the city on July 10, 2017.

Musallion spoke to Basnioz about the situation on both sides of the left and right connector two years after the liberation of their city from the grip of Dahesh.

Ayman Mosul is a ghost town

Mohammed Salman, a resident of the new Mosul area in the western part of the city, was forced to move to the left side after his house was completely destroyed by coalition air strikes that killed five members of his family.

"Life goes almost naturally on the left side, as if the area has not seen any military operations, unlike the right side that looks like an atomic bomb thrown at it," says Salman, who rented a house in the sugar district north of the city and opened with money in his possession a chicken shop in the same area .

Military operations in Mosul have destroyed the city's five main bridges on the Tigris River, where only the old iron bridge has been built. Most hospitals and hospitals have been destroyed, hundreds of schools and most of the bridges and roads, most of which have not yet been built.

No compensation ..

But Amjad Saadi, 50, still lives in the old mosque of Mosul, and remembers the horrific scenes of war, the bombing of the Hadba lighthouse, which witnessed his childhood and youth, and recalls three years of rule calling for iron, fire, murder and intimidation.

Saadi, whose house was damaged by the war, says: "After liberation, we hoped the government would spend money to compensate the affected people, but no one has been compensated to this day."

No compensation for those affected in Nineveh province due to terrorism and military operations was also confirmed by Governor Mansour Al-Muradid.

Al-Maraid said in a statement to Basnoyz that "18 thousand treatment of compensation was submitted to Baghdad did not complete them in the previous phase only 150 transactions," noting that after the receipt of the new administration of the Compensation Commission was agreed on a mechanism for the operation of transactions affected by Nineveh, Pointing out that the agreement provides for full-time commission to complete Mosul transactions within three days a week, confirming that he received guarantees to end the file of compensation in Nineveh by the end of this year.

Bodies in the rubble ..

It is different with Rayyan al-Obeidi, who left the Qali'at area after his house and hundreds of houses were turned into rubble.

"Life is not possible in the old region, many houses are completely destroyed, services are virtually non-existent, compensation is not released. The city has been turned into a private ghost area with bodies buried under the rubble of many destroyed buildings," he said.

According to the body exhumation committee in Mosul, it recovered more than 5,000 bodies from the rubble, including 2,750 bodies belonging to civilians, and the rest of the bodies return to elements calling the terrorist.

The central government is responsible ..

As for civilian housing, informed sources in the province of Nineveh reported that there were 120,000 destroyed homes in all parts of the province, including 12 thousand houses in Mosul only.

A member of the Nineveh Provincial Council Hossam al-Abbar and in an interview with the correspondent (Basneoz) blamed the federal government for the delay of reconstruction in Mosul.

"The government has not allocated the money to restore life to Mosul, even if it is normal. The rubble is still in the old area. Thousands continue to live in the camps because of the destruction in their homes and no compensation has been paid so far," he said.

The Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights also accused the federal government of ignoring reconstruction in Mosul and other liberated cities.

The deputy head of the Commission Ali Al-Shammari told Basnews that the city is clearly suffering from the delay of reconstruction in various fields. He pointed out that the destruction that occurred in the center of Mosul and many areas west of the Tigris River and the absence of reconstruction and non-compensation of the people caused the return of life to it. Thousands in displacement.


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