Those days are really bad, here in Mosul, there are many accidents of kidnapping, killing and hijacking.
Before a couple of days, a neighbor's son which is 30 years old, married and have 4 children was kidnapped from his shop in the most crowded street in Mosul. Today before noon they found his body with two bullets in his head.
Yesterday, just in front of my clinic, a car hijacked in the middle of the day.
Few hours later a body of two dead guys were found 100 m. From my clinic.
This morning at 6:30 about 50 explosions heard, later we knew they were a mortar bomb against an American base. One mortar bomb fell on the house of my close friend's brother, thanks God no body hurt in the house.
The most striking thing is the car hijacking, it is aimed at a certain car mark (BMW). The stolen cars leave the city toward the north. According to police Officer, more than 70 hijacked car a day. One of the incident the thieves were knocking the door of the house and when they open the door they threatened them with gun, either to die or let the thieves take the car. From their accent, they were probably a Kurds from Sulaimanyia.
There is a big shortage of gasoline those days. The line of cars at the gasoline stations may reach several kilometers. The price of gasoline at the black market is 10 folds its original price.
The electricity is very bad, it comes twice a day for max. Two hours each time, the neighborhood generator is stop working because there is no diesel fuel.
The water supply for domestic use is un sterilized, it is highly contaminated, and unsuitable for human use.
Even the air is polluted from the smoke of the old cars, the diesel machine of the generators, and etc.
This is our condition two years after the iberation/occupation.