The Islamic Resistance Movement in Iraq has achieved great victories over recent years in the face of American-British invaders and their mercenary takfiri occupations in Iraq, whose origins have formed when Saddam's fake regime came to fruition.
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Publish Date: 22December 2017 - 14:25
International defapress reporter: Mohammad Jawad Mehdizadeh; the Islamic resistance movement in Iraq has won great victories over American-British invaders and their exploited takfiri occupiers in Iraq in recent years.
Such an experience is the result of more than 30 years of fighting the faithful and mujahid Iraqi forces against the prevailing elements of the interior and the international. The beginning of this jihadist armed struggle in Iraq dates back to the time of Hizb al-Dava's activities and other popular Shiite groups-against Ba'ath party elements during the rule of Saddam and, in particular, the time of the assassination of Martyr Sayyid Muhammad Baqer Sadr and the first years of the Iran-Iraq war.
At this time, the Supreme Council of the Islamic Revolutionary Party was formed to fight Saddam. The jihadi forces supporting the Supreme Council of the Islamic Revolution, with the nobles of the martyrs of Ayatollah Sayyed Mohammad Baqer Hakim and Ismail Daghayegi, were organized in the form of the 9th Badr Brigade of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps and started fighting the army of Saddam. Another group of loyal troops deployed in the so-called “Ahwar” area (swamps) between the provinces of Basra, Maisan and zi-Qar, especially around Hurolazim.
This group of pro-Iraqi Supreme Shiite Iraqi forces joined martyr Ali Hashemi and his forces at the Nusratic headquarters in” Horo al hoveize”. In identifying the area and providing ground for major operations such as Khyber and Badr army and the series of Al-Quds operations and Operation Ashura-4 around The lake, "Umm al-Nawaj", played the role in the north of Horo al hoveize.
Badr Brigade played a major role in major operations, such as Karbala 2, Karbala 5 and Valfajr 10, after upgrading to the Badr Division. After the war, the experiences of the Badr army fighters were at the disposal of the revolutionary forces of the Shabbaniyah Intifada of 1991 (1370-1369), and they were able to withdraw all Iraqi provinces, except for the four provinces, from the control of the evil regime of Ba'ath.
Undoubtedly, if the foreign support and support of elements of the terrorist group were not hypocrites, the Sha'baniyah's intifada would have triumphed; however, Ba'athist militants supported the international community and committed brutal crimes in Iraqi cities, especially bullets of the holy shrines of Amir al-Mu'minin, Imam Hussein and Hazrat Abbas (peace be upon him) In the cities of Najaf and Karbala, this popular uprising was suppressed.
After the repression of the Shafbaniyya Intifada, many of the Iraqi revolutionary Shiites took refuge in Iran and other countries. This situation continued until the US invasion of Iraq in the spring of 2003 (April 2003).
At this time, the Iraqi Resistance Forces, while comfortable with a hostile enemy (Saddam), saw themselves in another enemy (US, British, and NATO). For this reason, once again, the jihadist and armed resistance came to an end.
At that time, "Muqtada al-Sadr", a young cleric affiliated with Sadr martyrs, formed a popular resistance force called "Jishal Mahdi (AJ)", which struck hard strikes against the US military.
Despite the military successes of Jaish al-Mahdi (AS) against the occupation troops, some of whose operations were related to the "Islamic Emirate of Iraq" (the official branch of al-Qaeda in Iraq, which later became a "terrorist" IS "IS"), internal disputes caused a split in this Flowed.
As a result of the split in Jaş al-Mahdi (AS), movements such as Asa'ib Haq Haq, Katay Hezbollah and Hezbollah Najba were formed, each of which played an important role in the fight against the American occupation.
In the last months of the presence of US troops in Iraq, internal conflicts in Syria have become a war with the split in the army and the support of some regional states and foreign powers.
Meanwhile, terrorists committed the greatest historical foolishness with the threat of the holy shrine of Zaynab (SA). This harsh threat led to the arrival of Lebanese Hezbollah and Iraqi mujahideen forces, along with the Afghan Lashkar Fatemiun fighters and Pakistani Zimbabwean youths in the Damascus suburbs to defend the holy shrine of Bani Hashim.
Victory in defense of the shrine of Zaynab Kobra (S) coincided with the victory of Lebanon's Hezbollah in liberating the Qusayr border town in the Homs province, which was realized with the help of the warriors of the Najbas movement and the presence of the Syrian army. These victories continued until the Islamic Emirate of Iraq, entering the territory of Syria from the east, changed its name to the "Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant" (ISIL) and occupied many areas of Syria.
The Islamic Resistance Forces continued to fight ISIS and Jabhat al-Nusra terrorists until they abused some of the political currents of western Iraq from the sit-in of Anbar province and the betrayals of some Iraqi politicians. ISIS, in addition to Anbar province, managed to reach the center of Mosul and the vast majority of Occupy Iraqi soil and threaten the holy cities of Samarra, Kazemene and Karbala.
ISIL's attack Although a pre-designed plot, the fatwa of the Ayatollah Sistani jihad, which was attended by millions of Iraqi youths who began the formation of a "popular mobilization" in Iraq, broke out world-wide arrogance plans so that after 3 The year of the popular mobilization campaign, eventually the Iraqi soil was completely erased from this world of arrogance and global Zionism.
The battle of the Islamic Resistance Forces of Iraq ended in its territory, which continues its presence in Syria, and its various fronts, from the deserts of West Bank to the hills of southern Idlib, witness the activities of the jihad of these groups.
One of the main priorities of the Islamic resistance movements is to confront the Zionist regime. Meanwhile, Sayed Hashem al-Musawi, spokesman for the Islamic Resistance Movement of Najwa, at a press conference last year in Tehran, announced the formation of a special brigade in the movement to liberate the occupied Gulag from the Zionist regime's army.
The anger of US officials has grown to a degree the extent of the activities of the Islamic resistance movements in the territory of this country and Syria, which called for a number of branches of the Islamic Resistance of Iraq, in particular the Asa'ib Ahl-e-Haq, Kata'ib Hezbollah and the Islamic Resistance of Najwa, on the list of special sanctions against terrorist groups in World level. One of the main reasons for this action is the influence of these groups on the Islamic Revolution of Iran and the vilaeh fiaqih.
However, contrary to the American authorities' perception, such actions have not only not exerted pressure on these popular-jihadist organizations or reduced their popularity, but they are using their media to further explore the name and activities of these groups among the people. Have provided the world.