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Falih al-Fayyadh

Falih al-Fayyadh (al-Fayyadh) is the head of the PMC, a body created by Iraqi legislation to bring the PMF militias under central government control

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Jaysh al-Mu’ammal

Jaysh al-Mu'ammal, also known as Liwa al-Mu'ammal or as the Popular Mobilization Forces' 99th Brigade, is a Shia Islamist Iraqi private militia that is led by Sa'ad Sawar and has fought in the Syrian Civil War and Iraqi Civil War. Founded[...]

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Badr Organization

The Badr Organization is an Iraqi political party, formed in 1982 and headed by Hadi al-Amiri. The organization it is a part of the Popular Mobilization Forces. It is controlled by the Iranian Regime and the Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps. The[...]

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Hadi al-Amiri

Born in the Diyala province in 1956, Hadi al-Amiri is the head and secretary general of the Badr Organization considered a terrorist by the United States authorities, and sponsored by Iran and based in Iraq. Amiri is a member of the[...]

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Kata’ib al-Imam Ali

Kata'ib al-Imam Ali (also known as the Imam Ali Battalions) are the armed wing of the Islamic Movement of Iraq (Harakat al-Iraq al-Islamiyah) and serve as part of the umbrella organization "Popular Mobilization Forces", Kata'ib al-Imam Ali is prominently involved in[...]

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Asaib Ahl al-Haq

Asa'ib Ahl al-Haq, also known as the Khazali Network, is an Iraqi Shi'a paramilitary group active in the Iraqi insurgency and Syrian Civil War. During the Iraq War it was known as Iraq's largest "Special Group" (the Americans' term for Iran-backed[...]

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Kata’ib Hezbollah

Kata'ib Hezbollah or Hezbollah Brigades is an Iraqi Shia paramilitary group that is supported by Iran. It has been active in the Iraqi Civil War and the Syrian Civil War. During the Iraq War, the group fought against American invasion forces.

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