Mosul – the center of Nineveh in Northern Iraq – is a great example of peaceful coexistence before the events of June 10, 2014. In spite of the unsuccessful attempts of the extreme groups that were active after the invasion of Iraq in April 2003 to dismantle the social texture of the whole governorate in general and of Mosul in specific, the Mosul society remained coherent, and maintained the values of love, coexistence and social peace.
However, after the invasion of the so called “the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria – ISIS” and as a result of their oppressive and coercing policy of murder and displacement toward the components of Nineveh in general and toward the non-Muslim components of (Christians and Yazidis) in specific, many ideologies and tendencies floated up to the surface in the way people think and act that warn of a widespread evil. This evil threatens the social texture of the governorate of Nineveh and the city of Mosul.
This brief study will address the case of (Mosul Society after ISIS … Ideologies and Tendencies) through the following sections.