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Iran-supported militant groups and organizations

Iran-supported militant groups and organizations

Iran using militant groups and organizations in Middle East and Africa for it's national interests.

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Iran using militant groups and organizations in Middle East and Africa for it's national interests.

From Western Sahara to Pakistan, Iran-supported groups operating extensively. Iran's Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) supporting this groups administratively, politically, militarily and financially.

Mepa News Academy team listed Iran-supported militant groups and organizations. In this study, multiple global and local academic sources researched.

Syria:

Liwa al-Imam al-Hasan al-Mujtaba

Liwa al-Mukhtar al-Thiqfi

Liwa Abu Fadl al-Abbas

Saraya al-Jihad

Liwa Imam al-Hussein

Liwa Assad Allah al-Ghalib

Saraya al-Mukhtar

Liwa al-Youm al-Maw'ud

Syrian Hezbollah

Al-Ghaliboun

Fawj al-Imam al-Hujja

Harakat al-Nujaba-Liwa al-Hamd

Liwa al-Sayyida Ruqayya

Junud al-Mahdi

Kata'ib al-Sabirun

Liwa al-Imam al-Baqir

Liwa al-Imam Zain al-Abidin

Liwa al-Imam al-Mahdi

Liwa al-Mu'ammal

Liwa Zulfiqar

Saraya al-Khorasani

Al-Muqawama al-Wataniyya al-Aqaidiyya

Rapid Intervention Regiment (Fawj Tadkhoul al-Sari')

Hezbollah Movement

Quwat al-Ridha

Fawj Sayyidah Zaynab

Asa'ib Ahl al-Haq

Liwa Assad Allah al-Ghalib

Kata'ib al-Imam Ali

Kata'ib Hezbollah

Badr Organization

Kata'ib Sayyid al-Shuhada

Liwa Zainebiyoun

Liwa Fatemiyoun

Liwa al-Quds

Palestine Liberation Army

Fatah al-Intifada

Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine-General Command

Quwat al-Jalil (Galilee Forces)

Iraq:

al-Hashd al-Shaabi (Popular Mobilization Forces)

Badr Organization

Kata'ib Hezbollah

Asa'ib Ahl al-Haq

Harakat al-Nujaba

Kata'ib al-Imam Ali

Kata'ib Sayyid al-Shuhada

Kata'ib Jund al-Imam

Liwa al-Muntazar

Saraya Ashura

Liwa Karbala

Liwa Ali al-Akbar

Saraya al-Jihad

Al-Abbas Fighting Division (Firqa Abbas al-Qitaliyyah)

Abu Fadl al-Abbas

Harakat al-Abdal

Liwa Ansar al-Marja'iyya

Liwa Salah al-Din

Kirkuk Hashd

Quwat Ahrar al-Iraq

Fursan Al-Jubur

Liwa Muntazir

Jaysh al-Mu'ammal

Liwa al-Tafuf

Quwat al-Shaheed al-Sadr

Saraya Khorasani

Liwa al-Taff

Saraya Ansar al-Aqeeda

Imam Ali Fighting Division (Firqa Imam Ali al-Qitaliyyah)

Quwat Zaynab al-Kubra

Ansar Allah al-Awfiya

Kata'ib al-Difa' al-Muqaddas

Kata'ib al-Ghadab

Liwa Mujahideen al-Iraq

Kata'ib Ansar al-Hijja

Liwa Shabak

Quwat Wa'ad Allah

Faylaq al-Wa'ad al-Sadiq

Kata'ib al-Imam al-Gha'ib

Kata'ib al-Tayyar al-Risali

Liwa al-Hussein

Palestine:

Sabireen Movement

Hamas

Islamic Jihad Movement

Palestine Liberation Army

Fatah al-Intifada

Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine-General Command

Quwat al-Jalil (Galilee Forces)

Liwa al-Quds

Free Palestine Movement

Lebanon:

Hezbollah Movement

Afghanistan:

Jabha-ye Moqawamat

Liwa Fatemiyoun

Hezbe Wahdat

Afghan Hezbollah

Local Hazara militant groups

Pakistan:

Liwa Zainebiyoun

Imamia Students Organization

Sipah-e-Muhammad

Tehrik-e-Jafaria

Kurram based Shia militant groups

Shia Ulema Council

Lashkar-e-Mahdi-Lashkar-e-Hussein

Bahrain:

Saraya al Ashtar

Saraya al Mukhtar

Saraya al Kasar

Saraya Waad Allah

Saraya al Muqawama al Shabiya

Saudi Arabia:

Hezbollah al Hejaz

Qatif Uprising

Yemen:

Ansar Allah Movement (Houthis)

Nigeria:

Islamic Movement in Nigeria

Morocco (Western Sahara):

Polisario Front

Notes:

Syria:

These groups' home bases are in Iran, Lebanon, Iraq, Afghanistan and Pakistan but they are operating in Syria.

Palestine:

There is only one group in Palestine which affiliated with Iran directly and that group is Gaza based Sabireen Movement. Other groups are not linked with Iran directly but Iran supporting them politically, militarily and financially.

Saudi Arabia:

Qatif Uprising is ongoing in the west of the country where Shia minority live. There is no group which command this uprising directly. But it's known that Iran is supporting Qatif Uprising.

Morocco (Western Sahara):

It is claimed that Polisario Front have close links with Iran. On May 2018, Morocco severed diplomatic ties with Iran over Tehran's arms support for the Polisario Front.

Afghanistan and Pakistan:

Liwa Fatemiyoun and Liwa Zainebiyoun are composed from Afghan Hazara and Pakistani Shia, to operate in Syria.

Sources: Mepa News Academy, Tracking Terrorism, Combating Terrorism Center, Middle East Institute, Hudson Institute, Global Security, Afghanistan Analysts Network, Washington Institute, Aymenn Jawad, Jihad Intel

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