A small Sunni Arab town north of Baghdad put up a fight when Sunni Muslim extremists from the so-called Islamic State tried to impose their rule on the town.
The residents lost, and now the town, Zowiya, just outside of Tikrit, is destroyed. More than 200 of its homes have been blown up, and the residents have fled.
The Islamic State leveled the town as a warning to anybody else that dares to fight them.
"My town is gone," says Abu Saad, a businessman in his sixties. "They bombed all our houses. Everything we have is gone."