Lt. General Ali Ghaidan Majid (born 1950/1951) is currently the commander of all Iraqi Army ground forces under Iraqi control. (Two of the Iraqi Army's 10 divisions, the 5th and 7th, are under American command.) He is from the Balad Ruz area of Diyala province, Iraq. He served in the Iraqi Army during the regime of Saddam Hussein. Ali Ghaidan Majid is directly responsibe for the raid against unarmed Iranian residents in Camp Ashraf, on April 8, 2011, which left 34 people dead, including 8 women and more than 350 injured. Although Ghaidan claimed that only three residents had been killed, UN Inspectors confirmed the number at 34 after visiting the camp on April 13, 2011.