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Militia and Popular Mobilization Forces in Iraq fleeing to European countries under the pretext of refugees

Sunday, November 15, 2015 1:44
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November, 2015
In addition to problems regarding paychecks and living conditions of militias and members of the Popular Mobilization Forces (PMF) in Iraq, their heavy casualties in various battlefields have caused a major wave of troops, and even commanders, deserting their units. According to various militia members their motivation in showing up at the front lines was to occupy lands and plunder the population’s wealth in order to make a living. Currently militia units no longer enjoy the ability to plunder items and transfer them back out of the battlefields using large trucks, as they did in the Tikrit and Salahadin operations.

 

 
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In al-Anbar Province these forces have suffered major defeats, there are much less grounds left for plundering and there is no longer any motive to remain in the frontlines. PMF units are literally referred to as “disposable” soldiers for the Quds Force and their elements in Iraq such as Hadi al-Ameri and Abu Mahdi al-Mohandes. During the 1980s Iran-Iraq War Tehran used such soldiers to clear minefields. Today, in Iraq the moment they become useless for the commanders they are abandoned without any pay and commanders are even refusing to pay the expenses of those wounded, or compensate the families of those soldiers killed in battle. During the 1980s Iran-Iraq War, instigated by Khomeini, the ayatollahs constantly placed “Keys of Heaven” on the necks of Bassij forces and they would be sent off to die. Currently the Quds Force is dispatching IRGC and Bassij elements to Syria under the pretext “Defenders of the Zeinab Sanctuary” in Damascus, a similar tactic of placing heaven keys on those back in the 1980s. In Iraq the Quds Force is using PMF troops in battlefronts under the pretext of waging war against “tikfiris” and Sunnis, all aimed at provoking further flames of the raging sectarian war in Mesopotamia.

In the past two months reports have indicated a major wave of desertion from Iraq and these militia members seeking refugee status in European countries, multiplying the number of foot-soldiers fleeing their ranks. Such desertion is seen in all levels of the ranks and files, including senior militia commanders. PMF and militia troops fleeing the frontlines are not sporadic cases. In fact, there is currently a large wave of such desertions, with many stationed temporarily in Turkey and Greece. Considering their poor financial conditions they are once again hired by the Quds Force under various promises of large paychecks, this time to carry out special terrorist attacks in European countries.
The following list is merely a tip of the iceberg of the conditions of PMF and militia members deserting their ranks and fleeing to European countries to seek residency. Through Turkey and Greece many are being transferred to European countries. The average militia and PMF member who have fled from Iraq sheds a clear light on the status of these units associated to the Quds Force. Around 50% of the individuals who have fled outside of Iraq are former PMF members. Asaeb and and al-Nijba militia units comprise nearly 30% of the list, while another 20% are related to other militia groups including Katayeb Imam Ali, Katayeb Hezbollah, Badr militants, Aqida battalions, Ibna battalions, al-Jihad, Tajamo’ Do’a al-Iraq and …
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Name
Group affiliation
Post
Battlefront
Country migrated to
1
Amir Falah Hassan al-Sheibani
Asaeb al-Haq
Engineering platoon commander
Baiji
Germany
2
Ali Reza Mohamed al-Mahdawi
Asaeb al-Haq
Mortar platoon
Al-Anbar
Serbia
3
Ammar Ghasem Muzan al-Mahdawi
Asaeb al-Haq
 
Dejil
Germany
 
4
Abdullah Hassan al-Tamimi
Asaeb al-Haq
 
Al-Anbar
Turkey
5
Sajjad Muzan Namaq al-Bahadeli
Asaeb al-Haq
 
 
Turkey
6
Hossein Taleb al-Karawi
Saraya-e Salam
Medic
 
Turkey
7
Samir Ali Vanas al-Harbawi
Saraya-e Salam
Engineering
 
Finland
8
Mohamed Ammar al-Saliti
Saraya-e Salam
 
Al-Anbar
Finland
9
Abass Ali al-Soheili
Saraya-e Salam
 
Al-Anbar
Belgium
10
Mohamed Taleb Ali al-Mousawi
Saraya-e Salam
 
Baiji
Turkey
11
Maher Rashid Kazem al-Wahili
Saraya-e Salam
 
Baiji
Turkey
12
Bisam Riyadh al-Sharifi
Saraya-e Salam
 
Jurf al-Sakhar
Greece
13
Mahmoud Abdullah Ardalan al-Dalwi
Saraya-e Salam
 
Baiji
Turkey
14
Bisam Allawi Nazem al-Ma’mouri
Saraya-e Salam
 
Al-Anbar
Turkey
15
Heidar Kazem al-Rikabi
Nijba
 
Jurf al-Sakhar
Greece
16
Kazem Bashar Majul al-Mohayawi
Nijba
 
Jurf al-Sakhar
Greece
17
Omar Finjan Shuwai al-Shawili
Saraya-e Aqida
 
Al-Anbar
Turkey
18
Morad Ali Faraj al-Azraqi
Asaeb al-Haq
 
Al-Anbar
Germany
19
Hassan Na’im Hassan al-Bahrani
Unknown
Platoon commander
Baiji
Turkey
20
Haider Mohamed Kadhem
Badr
 
 
 
21
Morteza Adel
Badr
 
 
 
22
Hossein Malek
Asaeb al-Haq
 
 
 
23
Naser Ra’ad Mahudar
Asaeb al-Haq
 
 
 
24
Ashraf Mohamed Issa Wali
Asaeb al-Haq
 
 
 
25
Mahdi Jilal Ahmed
Asaeb al-Haq
 
 
 
26
Zeid Arkan Majid al-Hasnawi
Asaeb al-Haq
 
 
 
27
Hassan Ali Ehsan
Nijba
 
 
 
28
Ali Saleh Mostafa al-Saraj
Nijba
 
 
 
29
Mothana Mohamed Ali al-Shawili
Katayeb Imam Ali
 
 
 
30
Majed Mashkur al-Diraji
Aqida
 
 
 
31
Anwar Abed Ali Fadhel
Aqida
 
 
 
32
Ahmed Mohamed Ali al-Ibrahimi
Saraya-e Salam
 
 
 
33
Malik Mahdi Meitham
Saraya-e Salam
 
 
 
34
Saeed Feisal al-Sultani
Saraya-e Salam
 
 
 

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