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Caravel left intact in a living room ransacked and robbed. Qaraqosh, largest Christian town in Iraq, has been liberated from ISIS by the Iraqi army in October 2016, after two years of occupation, and it shows signs of complete devastation. From the series "Displaced Worshippers".
My name is Alessio Mamo (@alessio_mamo) an Italian freelance photographer based in Catania, Sicily. In 2008 I began my career in photojournalism focusing on contemporary social, political and economic issues. I extensively cover issues related to refugee displacement and migration starting in Sicily, and extending most recently to the Middle East. I was awarded 2nd prize in the People Singles category of #WPPh2018 and this week I’m taking over World Press Photo's Instagram account.
Churches in the displaced camps are always full during Mass Celebration on Sundays. Abuna (Father) Georges, a priest from Qaraqosh, is there to serve his community, after years in Italy. Christian and Assyrian communities of Mosul, Qaraqosh, Bertella and Beshika escaped from ISIS in 2014, mostly towards Kurdistan Region in Iraq, living in camps or in houses and often in precarious conditions. They have built though their own churches in the displaced camps.
Many of them come from Qaraqosh, the largest Christian town in Iraq, which has been occupied by Daesh (Arabic acronym for ISIS) the night of 6th August 2014 and then liberated by Iraqi army in late October 2016. But the former population of 50,000 people cannot still go back, except for small groups with a special permit, because the city has been largely devasted.
Displaced worshipper is a journey through their religious celebrations, the displacement and the resilience in facing devastation and the ISIS’s tentative of annihilation, resisting as Christian minority in a still far to reconcile and to stabilize Iraq.