ⓘ Islamic Action Organization In Iraq – Central Command

                                     

ⓘ Islamic Action Organization In Iraq – Central Command

The Islamic Action Organization In Iraq – Central Command is one of the electoral coalitions that participated in the January 30, 2005 National Assembly legislative election in Iraq. It is linked with the Islamic Action Organization which ran as a part of the United Iraqi Alliance.

At the 2005 General election, the party won 43.205 votes or 0.51% of the votes, earning them two seats in the National Assembly. The leader of the lists given as Ala Humud Salih al Tamah.

In the elections in December 2005, they won no seats.

                                     
  • including Egypt in Africa, and Central Asia, most notably Afghanistan and Iraq The command has been the main American presence in many military operations
  • an Islamic state in Sunni, Arab - majority areas of Iraq during the Iraq War and later in Syria during the Syrian Civil War. Islamic State of Iraq traces
  • The Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant ISIL ˈaɪsəl, ˈaɪsɪl also known as the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria ISIS ˈaɪsɪs officially known
  • the IRGC. In the wake of Iraq invasion of Iran in 1980, Islamic Republican Party whose forces were led by the IRGC and leftist organizations harshly confronted
  • Saddam Hussein, and the other members of the Revolutionary Command Council RCC formulated Iraq s foreign policy, and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs bureaucracy
  • The ideology of the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant ISIL, also known as ISIS or Daesh which controls territory primarily in Syria, has been described
  • Regional Command in 1952. The Iraqi Regional Branch was Arab nationalist and vague in its socialist orientation. Al - Rikabi, expelled from the party in 1961
  • religion is Islam Culturally, Iraq has a very rich heritage and celebrates the achievements of its past in both pre - Islamic as well as post - Islamic times and
  • The military of ISIL is the fighting force of the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant ISIL The total force size has been estimated from tens of thousands
  • fatalities caused by Islamic terrorism have occurred in places like Iraq Afghanistan, Nigeria, Pakistan, Yemen and Syria. In 2015 four Islamic extremist groups
  • debates concerning Islamic law and Iraq s Constitution, cultural traditions, and modern secularism. Hundreds of thousands of Iraqi women are widowed as