Mosul: Woman risks recoil to caring for ‘IS orphans’

It is 9 months given Iraqi army announced feat in a prolonged and bloody conflict to retake Mosul, a second largest city, from Islamic State fighters.

Hundreds of thousands of people are still displaced. Almost each day a authorities find some-more children who have mislaid their parents, or been abandoned, in a disharmony of war.

For one woman, Sukayna Muhammed Ali Younes, efforts to understanding with a predicament of these children have been frustratingly slow, so she has taken on a pursuit of perplexing to lapse them to whatever family they have left.

But she is confronting a backlash, from those who consider a children might go to IS fighters.

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