Izz al Din Salim

Izz al Din Salim is an IGC Arab Muslim Shia member from Basra, one of the biggest cities in Iraq.

    Izz al Din Salim, IGC Arab Muslim Shia member known for his book the Shia of Iraq (3rd row-1st R)

    Salim is a prominent Iraqi historian. He is an Islamist who was  a member of several Islamic parties, before establishing his own party The Islamic Dawa Movement in the southern city of Basra.

    SOURCE: Aljazeera + Agencies


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