[size=36]The Crowd Commission denies the appointment of Abu Ali Al-Basri as the successor to the engineer[/size]
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The Popular Mobilization Committee denied, on Wednesday, what was reported by some media and social media on the appointment of Abu Ali Al-Basri as the successor to the martyr leader Hajj Abu Mahdi Al-Muhandis (may God have mercy on him).
In a statement, Mawazine News received a copy of it, the commission said, "The news of the appointment of Abu Ali Al-Basri as the successor to the martyr commander Hajj Abu Mahdi (may God have mercy on him) is completely false."
According to the statement, the commission renewed its call to "the media and all media brothers to rely on the official sources of the popular crowd to deal with news and information."
The sources told Mawazine News that "the Shura of the Popular Mobilization elected Abi Ali Al-Basri as a deputy head of the crowd, succeeding Abu Mahdi Al-Muhandis, who was martyred in an American raid targeting the Iranian General Qassem Soleimani in Baghdad."
Abu Ali al-Basri was the first commander to take over the Badr Forces before he retired from the leadership in 1998, to be succeeded by Abu Mahdi al-Muhandis, who in turn retired from the leadership in 2000, so that Hadi al-Amiri was the commander of the Badr Forces until now.
After 2003, Al-Basri assumed the position of Undersecretary of the Ministry of Education, and then Undersecretary of the Minister of Labor. After entering ISIS, he joined the ranks of the PMF and assumed the position of commander of the PMF operations. He participated in the war against ISIS with his sons, one of whom was wounded in the fighting and his leg was amputated. Ended 29 / p.