A picture taken on February 5, 2019, shows a general view of the damaged buildings in the northern Iraqi town of Sinjar. – For decades in the mountainous region of Sinjar in Iraq’s diverse north, the lives of many revolved around their lands, but now many Sunni Arab farmers are estranged from their fields out of fear of reprisal attacks. The region, which borders Syria is home to an array of communities — Shiite and Sunni Arabs, Kurds, and Yazidis — which formed a patchwork that was ripped apart when the Islamic State group rampaged in 2014, and has not reconciled even long after Iraqi forces ousted IS in 2017. (Photo by Zaid AL-OBEIDI / AFP) (Photo credit should read ZAID AL-OBEIDI/AFP via Getty Images)ΣΥΝΕΧΙΣΤΕ ΤΗΝ ΑΝΑΓΝΩΣΗ