Ramadi residents pay price as Islamic State advances in Iraq
More than 40,000 people were displaced from the key Iraqi town of Ramadi earlier this week, when it was captured by Islamic State fighters.
As the fighters attacked, the Iraqi army left the town instead of defending it and its people.
Now, as militants appear to be moving east from the city, pushing more displaced residents before them, Iraqis are asking why their army could not defend their town.
John Simpson is just 60 miles away in the capital Baghdad.