Mosul has been for centuries a city of unique coexistence and had its own identity locally and internationally. Christians were not only leading their own community, they were the alternative to Rome. Jews were developing their language and had a different life than it was told to us by recent studies. Muslims and other groups worked all together and produce their own products that helped Europe during its industrial revolution. What happened to a city was once on the Silk Road to be a destroyed one? Who are the people of Mosul now? What space they have? and what time they are living?
This talk was part of the fifth edition of The Question of Syria Conference: The Struggle for Home.