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The UN refugee camp near this small town just south of Mosul is a sun-baked sea of white tents. In one tent, 15-year-old Atallah Saleh swats at flies and looks at the ground shyly. His sweet smile disappears as he describes the three years he spent under ISIS rule.

“When Daesh came, they taught us how to be suicide bombers and make IEDs,” he says, his eyes glistening with tears. “They distributed books about their propaganda. The teachers at school taught us how to hold a Kalashnikov, how to shoot and kill, how to become a suicide bomber and fight the jihad.”

From a military standpoint, ISIS, or Daesh as it is known here, looks like it might be on its way out of Iraq. Some in the media are already calling the fall of Mosul the end of the terror group in the country.

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Image: Displaced Iraqi children who fled their homes sit on debris outside Hammam al-Alil camp south of Mosul

Displaced Iraqi children who fled their homes sit on debris outside Hammam al-Alil camp south of Mosul, Iraq on April 27, 2017. Danish Siddiqui / Reuters file

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Click link below for article and video:

http://www.nbcnews.com/storyline/isis-uncovered/deprogramming-children-isis-n780081

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