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In the maze of displacement sites close to Qayyarah town, km south of Mosul, the streets are bustling. People are buying food from stalls or getting a shave and a haircut in the early spring sunshine. On the night of 27 February, thousands of people from western Mosul began to arrive at the camps and emergency sites.
In less than three hours, more than 2, people had arrived at the Qayyarah Airstrip emergency site. They were transported by buses from the screening site in Hammam al-Alil to the north, where security services identify suspected ISIL sympathizers from the thousands of fleeing civilians. People arrived tired and dehydrated, still shaken by the fear that they or their children could have been killed as they passed between the front lines.
Durra Mahmood and Halla Abid were among the arrivals. They had fled with two other families from their neighbourhood in south-western Mosul. Durra had been a civil servant working for the Ministry of Education in Mosul before ISIL came, and her husband had been a school headmaster. They had 14 children: By the time Durra arrived at the Qayyarah Airstrip site, she had only two of her children with her: Her husband had been withheld at the screening site because two of his brothers were suspected ISIL members.
No tomatoes, no rice. For four months we did not drink tea. For four months we did not have enough food. They walked for three hours before being put into trucks and transported to the screening site in Hammam al-Alil. Many people died, killed by mortar fire. A mortar fell on our house, but we were hiding under the stairs. For three days we lived under the stairs.
Across the river in Hajj Ali camp, another 1, people arrived from south-western Mosul on the night of 27 February.