(Newsweek) – Mustafa’s gaze seemed lost, frightened and his eyes were erratic. His childish looks appeared strange among the harsh military faces surrounding him. His 13 years of existence did not fit the cruelty of the place, which houses suspects, hardened criminals and Daesh leaders. The child wore a yellow prisoners’ suit, which was slightly bigger than his size. His hands were tied behind his back as he stood in the yard of the Counter-Crime Department in Anbar, 83 km west of the capital Baghdad.