Kurdistan Islamic Union

Kurdistan Islamic Union

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Kurdistan Islamic Union

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Kurdistan Islamic Union (الاتحاد الاسلامي الكوردستاني) is an Islamist party in Iraqi Kurdistan is in principle independent and is directly responsible for policy matters. The party has close ties to the Muslim Brotherhood.


Salaheddine Bahaaeddin was elected Secretary General at its 1st general conference in 1994. Other leaders include Hadi Ali, the second man of the party after secretary general. Ali was elected as the Director of the party's Political Bureau after their fifth convention in 2008. This Council includes all the leaders of the party and they are about 40-50 people. ‘Ali Muhammad Ahmad, Dendaar Najmen al-Doski, and Umar ‘Abd al-Aziz.It is chiefly active among students (reportedly winning nearly 40%of the vote in Dahuk University student elections), but also has an adult political base,particularly in Arbil and enjoys good relations with both the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan and theKurdistan Democratic Party.

During the anticipation of the Iraqi legislative election, December 2005, the Kurdistan Islamic Union Office was the target of a 3,000 to 5,000 civilian protesters almost from Kurdistan Democratic Party organizations, where the phrase "Long Live 730" was written on the walls. 730 is the "numerical ballot designation for the political alliance led by Iraq's two largest Kurdish parties, the Kurdistan Democratic Party (KDP) and the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan."

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